Aerospace & Defence

Unparalleled, Repeatable Process Control

Utilising Laser Powder Bed Fusion (LPBF), we’re able to produce Aerospace-Grade components with complex geometries previously unattainable through traditional manufacturing methods. Our materials include high-performance alloys like Ti6Al4V and IN718, but we can also rapidly accommodate and qualify parameters for a wide range of materials of interest.

Our Quality Management System (QMS) and strict LPBF process control provide the complete traceability required to meet and surpass the stringent standards of these highly regulated sectors. We are determined to significantly reduce recurring costs for our clients, delivering on their financial objectives sustainably without sacrificing quality. Partner with Apex for transparent, superior performance, cost-efficiency, and exemplary results.


Unwavering Commitment to Mission-Critical Aerospace & Defence Solutions

At Apex, we manufacture mission-critical components for vehicles across land, sea, and air domains. Recognising the immensely high stakes involved, aerospace and defence professionals consistently select Apex as their go-to partner. Our comprehensive capabilities, punctual delivery, and uncompromising quality make us the reliable choice for meeting the most demanding operational requirements – every time.

Tell us about your project Tell us about your project


  • Titanium Alloys: Ti6Al4V Gr 23 ELI 

    The Ti6Al4V GR23 ELI alloy is a high-purity titanium alloy distinguished by its low levels of interstitial impurities like oxygen, carbon, and nitrogen. Its exceptional strength-to-weight ratio makes it ideal for automotive and aerospace applications requiring lightweight structures.

    Enhanced ductility and fracture toughness, as well as strong corrosion resistance and biocompatibility, expand its use to surgical and dental applications. 

  • Aluminium Alloys: AlSi10Mg

    AlSi10Mg is composed of aluminium, enriched with up to 10% silicon, and traces of magnesium, iron, and other minor elements. Silicon contributes to the alloy’s enhanced hardness and strength through the formation of Mg2Si precipitates. 

get in touch

We would love to hear from you

Get in touch Get in touch

Explore Additive

Ready to explore what advanced manufacturing can do for you?

Talk to our experts Talk to our experts