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Jean-Baptiste Devillers is an R&T Metallic Parts & Additive Manufacturing Project Leader at Saint-Nazaire (France) STELIA Aerospace plant. He graduated from engineering school University of Technology Troyes (UTT, France) in 2013. He then wrote his thesis working for automotive manufacturer Renault (Guyancourt, France) as Material Engineer and got its Ph.D. at University Bourgogne Franche-Comté (France) in 2016.Since 2017, he works at STELIA Saint-Nazaire in collaboration with Design Office and Production Workshops to evaluate new production or parts concepts to increase R&T projects maturity. He is now focused on the applications of Additive Manufacturing processes on STELIA’s parts & subassemblies portfolio.
Development of a Design-to-Print Philosophy Focused on Economical Efficiency
STELIA Aerospace designs and produces aerostructures, pilot seats, business as well as first class passenger seats. These activities can benefit from additive manufacturing with appropriate design.