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Morf3D helps clients realize the potential of additive manufacturing to solve complex design and manufacturing challenges in a new age of aerospace innovation.

Utilizing state-of-the-art additive design and analytical software tools, combined with unmatched experience in AM serial production, Morf3D accelerates solutioning to achieve fully optimized functional structures and build processes for top-tier aerospace clients.

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Introducing Project Afterburner

Accelerating performance through digital design and advanced manufacturing.

Morf3D is looking to champion an innovative AM development project to engineer, manufacture, and help qualify at no cost to the winner.

Sponsored by Morf3D, in collaboration with Siemens.

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Project Afterburner is meant to be a celebration and a catalyst for our industry.

We are launching this exciting project to mark Morf3D’s five-year anniversary. We started Morf3D with the spirit of collaboration to revolutionize manufacturing. It is only fitting that we celebrate our progress by enabling another company to advance their industry through additive manufacturing. And in this time of uncertainty, the importance of additive manufacturing as a technology for rapid-response innovation has only amplified. We’re using our voice as a leader in AM to elevate the next generation of additive adopters.

To be considered for this unprecedented opportunity, submit your proposal below.

Project Timeline

Submissions accepted
October 2020

Winner Selected & Project Initiation
November 2020

Project Complete
Q1 2021

Proposal Guidelines

Your application must:

  • Be structured as a written proposal or detailed narrative defining the problem being solved, the desired outcome of the AM application, and what you’d like to achieve through Project Afterburner (.doc or .ppt only)
  • Be an actual business case already in consideration for production
  • Require design optimization that goes beyond light-weighting
  • Be manufactured using the following materials AlSi10Mg, Ti64, Ti6242, Inco 625, or Inco 718
  • Fit in an approx.. 10×10 cube or 14×14 cube build volume
  • Be financially viable as a 3D printed part
  • Be solvable within a three-month timeframe

Candidates must also agree to allow Morf3D, Siemens, and its affiliates to publicize the progress of their part, the final results, and the benefits of the application.

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