Freeing up technicians to build an aircraft

| December 31, 2018

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Using high-performance customized labels to identify components in airframe manufacture instead of engraved metal plates can save time and complexity. While it’s essential to apply long-lasting and legible identification markers to aircraft components and electrical terminations, it can be time-consuming. The trend towards more electric aircraft means that the number of electric devices and connections is growing and identification is taking more time.

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