Norsk Titanium

Belkins
While the traditional way of milling titanium parts scraps up to 40 kg per 1 kg, our Merke IV RPD ™ machines take our customers' CAD files + titanium wire as input to produce 'near net shape' aerospace grade components at the rate of 5-10 KG/hour, and with a 'buy to fly' ratio as little as 3 to 1. NTi's RPD™ saves several million dollars per composite airplane & reduces the amount of titanium to be mined.

Related News

AVIATION TECHNOLOGY

BRUSSELS SOUTH CHARLEROI AIRPORT AND EMMA SYSTEMS COLLABORATE TO IMPLEMENT AN AIRPORT OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT PLATFORM

EMMA Systems | November 09, 2021

news image

Brussels South Charleroi Airport (BSCA), Belgium’s second-largest airport in terms of passenger traffic, and EMMA Systems, a provider of operations management solutions for airports, have agreed to collaborate to jointly configure, test and commission an airport operations management platform (with A-CDM functionality) at BSCA. EMMA System’s platform will help BSCA increase the predictability of operations, reduce delays, conserve fuel and decrease operational costs. Read More

AVIATION TECHNOLOGY

XO PARTNERS WITH SCOPE MIAMI BEACH AS OFFICIAL PRIVATE AVIATION PROVIDER

XO | December 01, 2021

news image

Leading private aviation provider XO announced its partnership with SCOPE Miami Beach, taking place today, November 30 through December 5, as the official private aviation provider for the acclaimed art show's highly anticipated return. Travelers attending SCOPE Miami can book seats on XO's shared charter flights between New York and South Florida, providing art enthusiasts an accessible way to fly private and experience the latest in world-class art activations and cutting-edge installa...

Read More

CHINA STEPS BACK IN AIRLINE DISPUTE WITH THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION

China’s civil aviation regulator | June 03, 2020

news image

Beijing will allow limited flights by international carriers to resume after the White House threatened to block Chinese passenger jets from flying to the U.S. The Chinese authorities on Thursday appeared to retreat partially from an escalating dispute with the United States over air travel between the two countries, announcing that foreign airlines would be allowed to operate one flight per week in Chinese cities. The announcement, from China’s civil aviation regulator, followed th...

Read More

AMERICAN AIRLINES HALTS NEW TERMINAL BUILD FOR INDEFINITE TIME

American Airlines | July 22, 2020

news image

American Airlines has postponed its plans for a new terminal at its Dallas Fort Worth hub. The airline had announced the US$3 billion build last year with a planned 2025 opening date. However, times have changed. American Airlines has confirmed the new terminal build is paused indefinitely. On Tuesday, chief financial officer Christopher Poinsatte said the new terminal, referred to as Terminal F, was delayed. He did not specify a time frame, rather used the word “indefinitely”...

Read More
news image

AVIATION TECHNOLOGY

BRUSSELS SOUTH CHARLEROI AIRPORT AND EMMA SYSTEMS COLLABORATE TO IMPLEMENT AN AIRPORT OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT PLATFORM

EMMA Systems | November 09, 2021

Brussels South Charleroi Airport (BSCA), Belgium’s second-largest airport in terms of passenger traffic, and EMMA Systems, a provider of operations management solutions for airports, have agreed to collaborate to jointly configure, test and commission an airport operations management platform (with A-CDM functionality) at BSCA. EMMA System’s platform will help BSCA increase the predictability of operations, reduce delays, conserve fuel and decrease operational costs. Read More

news image

AVIATION TECHNOLOGY

XO PARTNERS WITH SCOPE MIAMI BEACH AS OFFICIAL PRIVATE AVIATION PROVIDER

XO | December 01, 2021

Leading private aviation provider XO announced its partnership with SCOPE Miami Beach, taking place today, November 30 through December 5, as the official private aviation provider for the acclaimed art show's highly anticipated return. Travelers attending SCOPE Miami can book seats on XO's shared charter flights between New York and South Florida, providing art enthusiasts an accessible way to fly private and experience the latest in world-class art activations and cutting-edge installa...

Read More
news image

CHINA STEPS BACK IN AIRLINE DISPUTE WITH THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION

China’s civil aviation regulator | June 03, 2020

Beijing will allow limited flights by international carriers to resume after the White House threatened to block Chinese passenger jets from flying to the U.S. The Chinese authorities on Thursday appeared to retreat partially from an escalating dispute with the United States over air travel between the two countries, announcing that foreign airlines would be allowed to operate one flight per week in Chinese cities. The announcement, from China’s civil aviation regulator, followed th...

Read More
news image

AMERICAN AIRLINES HALTS NEW TERMINAL BUILD FOR INDEFINITE TIME

American Airlines | July 22, 2020

American Airlines has postponed its plans for a new terminal at its Dallas Fort Worth hub. The airline had announced the US$3 billion build last year with a planned 2025 opening date. However, times have changed. American Airlines has confirmed the new terminal build is paused indefinitely. On Tuesday, chief financial officer Christopher Poinsatte said the new terminal, referred to as Terminal F, was delayed. He did not specify a time frame, rather used the word “indefinitely”...

Read More