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Components for spacecrafts: Ecor International at Space Tech Expo Europe

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The company takes part to the Space-dedicated event that will be held in Bremen, Germany, from 19th to 21st November. For this sector structural and functional components placed in spaceships and satellites are manufactured.

Ecor International will attend Space Tech Expo Europe in Bremen, Germany from 19th to 21st November.

This is European’s major dedicated supply-chain and engineering event attended by the main players of the field dealing with manufacturing, design, test and engineering services for spacecraft, subsystems and space-qualified components.

During this edition, over 400 exhibitors and 4.500 participants, industry leaders, decision makers, engineers, and buyers are expected.

Un momento della passata edizione di Space Tech Expo Europe durante la quale erano presenti fornitori di componenti per veicoli spaziali,.
The previous edition of Space Tech Expo Europe.

The event is also an opportunity for professional development and, in fact, many conferences will be held, during which high-level experts will share recent updates and challenges regarding this industry.

Ecor International foresees a continuous grow in Aerospace sector and looks carefully at these initiatives because they represent a chance to know the evolutions of a changing field to meet high-level professionals.

Fluidic circuits subassemblies, produced by Ecor International, of Orion MPCV service module.

The company produces components for spacecrafts, aircrafts, and satellites, in particular, functional and structural parts submitted to brazing and welding such as fluidic circuits, propulsion lines, engine cradles and exhaust systems. High-performance materials as stainless steel, nickel, titanium and aluminum alloys are used.

Among the projects to which the company took part there is the spacecraft Orion MPCV that will allow human exploration of asteroids and cislunar spaces, with a view to a future landing on Mars. Meanwhile, research activities on Aerospace sector are still ongoing with the aim to gain knowledge and competences that can be shared with customers and strengthen competitiveness. For example, you can have a look at this work that has highlighted the advantages of laser welding applied to Aerospace sector.