When Pratt & Whitney began working with additive manufacturing (AM) in the late 1980s, the future seemed to be in plastics. Today the technology popularly known as 3D printing is more sophisticated, and we are doing things with nickel and titanium. Now, Pratt & Whitney — and, in fact, the aerospace industry — is facing the first major production ramp-up since those same 1980s, due to customer demand for our new turbofan engine technology.

Renaissance Services provides manufacturing solutions in terms of design, speed, and affordability.

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