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HAECO PJS Invests In 3D Printing Capability

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Krista Kuznecova
Country: China Aircraft: Airplanes

HAECO Group’s cabin completion specialist, HAECO Private Jet Solutions (“HAECO PJS”) has invested in three dimensional (“3D”) printing capability, enabling the company to provide customers with miniature 3D models of their unique cabin industrial designs to scale.

HAECO PJS’ introduction of the new 3D printing capability builds on the existing comprehensive portfolio of cabin services for private and business jet owners including industrial design, design engineering, certification, cabin completion and after-sales support. HAECO PJS has a team of dedicated design engineers and experienced aircraft maintenance professionals as well as extensive in-house workshops.

“HAECO PJS has developed this capability in order to be able to provide our customers with realistic, to scale models of their design concepts so they can see, feel and even touch the products before final investment,” said Henry Chan, VP Commercial of HAECO PJS.

HAECO PJS will unveil a miniature 3D model of its cutting-edge “Zen” cabin design concept (scale 20:1) at the Asian Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (“ABACE”) in Shanghai from 11-13 April.

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April
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China, Shanghai, No.99, Yingbin Seven Road Hongqiao International Airport Shanghai 200335 CHINA.


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