Move from prototyping to production faster and more efficiently with industrial 3D printing and other advanced manufacturing technologies

TESBL AEROSPACE helps you to encompass many powerful technologies of creation, from 3D printing (additive manufacturing) to more traditional processes such as CNC machining, sheet metal fabrication, and injection molding.These include
  • Industry 4.0 processes,
  • Digital manufacturing,
  • Smart manufacturing, or simply advanced manufacturing.
For all of these integrated technologies, the goal is to  provide an end-to-end manufacturing solution, from design development to delivery

Aviation and aerospace are two of the pioneering sectors for additive manufacturing. These sectors are characterized by small batch sizes and manufacturer-specific adaptations. At the same time, these products are renowned for having very long life cycles.



New means of manufacturing necessitate new means of designing. That is, the production method must be taken into account in the initial stages of any new product concept. While a conventionally designed component may be producible via a digital manufacturing method, optimizing that design for the specific method will ensure that its particular capabilities, both beneficial and limiting, are considered. A process may allow for the inclusion of complex internal structures in single-piece components, for example, that would otherwise have to be built in several parts and assembled via welding or another post-production process.
There are several aluminum alloys that are particularly well suited for aerospace applications, including but not limited to:
  • Aluminum Alloy Series 2xxx. Aluminum in this series has been alloyed with copper. These alloys feature high strength, excellent machinability, and good workability. Common applications for this series include wing and fuselage structures due to its good strength-to-weigh ratio.
    • Aluminum Alloy Series 6xxx. This is a very versatile series of aluminum alloys. Combined with silicon and magnesium, alloys in this series offer good formability, medium strength, and corrosion resistance.
    • Aluminum Alloy Series 7xxx. Containing zinc as the primary alloying element along with copper, chromium, and magnesium, this series displays high strength and is used throughout defense and aviation industries for military aircraft.
    In addition to aluminum, TESBL AEROSPACE works with a diverse range of materials, including exotic metals. The materials we use are available in various price points and strengths. Available materials include:
    • High-stress alloys

    • Stainless steel

    • Titanium

    • Carbon


    • Piranha XL

    • JFT 3040 3-Axis C

    • Carbide 3D Shapeoko

    • Lincoln Electric

    • Hurco

    • Haas

    • Powermatic

    • Tormach

    • Mazak

    • TrumpF

    • DMG Mori

    • Mag

    • Amada

    • Okuma

    • Makino

    • Grob

    • HaaS

    • Emag

    Often the best solutions for aerospace and defence will involve a hybrid approach using multiple technologies in concert. Just as a traditional toolbox contains both hammer and pliers, so too do today’s advanced manufacturing operations house both additive and subtractive manufacturing systems and know-how


    PROTOTYPING may include several iterations that undergo testing to ensure strength, structural integrity, and component and manufacturing validation
    Manufacturing suppliers are often valued for the expertise they offer in the development stages as designs progress toward realisation. Having experience across a variety of systems and processes