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A very dynamic and active aerospace community

On this occasion, before the summer break, our bulletin is full of many good news of our companies and reflects the excellent results of Aerospace and Defense Meetings (ADM) 2018, the great appointment of the aerospace sector developed in Seville.

The figures of participation and meetings reached in ADM and the large amount of news generated by our companies in the last quarter, reflect an undeniable reality: the aerospace industry in Andalusia - and Aerópolis, as the place where most of the sector is concentrated- have managed to create a dynamic and active aerospace business community that continuously looks for and creates new opportunities to advance and grow.

In this sense, we present here initiatives to promote innovation and technological development, such as the Magtel Foundation Awards; innovative projects, innovations and infrastructures of companies such as Aertec Solutions, CT Ingenieros, Geci Española, Grabysur and Comher; business initiatives such as the Association of Companies Hélice, implantation of new companies such as Aeropup, and technology conferences held in our Business Center, such as the ones organised by Walter Tools and Nunsys.

In the near horizon, we continue working on the preparation of a new edition of the World Space Week, which will be held from 4 to 10 next October, and the organization of activities for the year 2019, when Sevilla will assume the presidency of the community Ariane, becoming the European capital of the aerospace sector.


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ENASA launched a training course on Rapyd Prototyping and 3D Printing technology

This new course aims to introduce students to the world of 3D printing and to participate you must have expertise in the management of design programs or similar

ENASA aeronautic training school has expanded its range of courses for professionals or people interested in aerospace with the addition of a new specialty on Rapyd Prototyping and 3D Printing. This new course will start from March 9 at its facilities in Aerópolis and aims to introduce students to the world of 3D printing. To participate, it is necessary to have knowledge in managing design programs (CATIA, SOLID WORK, etc.), or professional experience in matters relating as 3D Design, Industrial Engineering, etc.

The students will learn issues such as the technical characteristics of the 3D printer, calibration software used, file types generated, operate with different configurations and to describe the main types of printing, materials used and their characteristics.

The course will run for three weeks from Monday to Thursday at 18.30 hours to 21.30 hours, and the registration period is open. For more information on this and other training programs ENASA, visit the web www.enasa.es.