The last Caudron CR.714 is now 80. ATMAT used 3D printing technology to recreate the missing elements of the aircraft
A year ago, 1: 1 scale Mustang was on show here. With the use of the large-size 3D printers, ATMAT has refurbished one of the last two CR714 Caudrons aircraft and therefore restored the missing elements.
ATMAT, the 3D Printing Days sponsor is the manufacturer of the professional 3D printers and dedicated machines and devices for the industry. At this year's expo the company presents a genuine museum exhibit, one of the last two of its kind - the Caudron CR airplane. 714, completed with 3D printed elements. This is a unique opportunity to see the full aircraft body - never before has it been presented this form. 3D printed elements include - the hub, the propeller blades, the engine hood and other structural elements.
The plane will be available for viewing on March 26-28 at 3D Printing days in Targi Kielce.