Starling Aerospace improves its hydrographics process


The latest advancement in its aqua transfer printing process enables Starling Aerospace to cover large aircraft interior parts in one dip. Thanks to a new 1.2 x 3.4m tank with a robotic arm, updated activation system and automated film laying mechanism, large components such as bulkheads, sliding doors, sideledges and credenzas can be decorated in a very short time.

“This is the latest example of how we are combining our EASA approvals with new technology to allow aircraft interior products to be released to aviation standards complying with heat release, smoke density and delivered with Form 1 release documents,” said Coralie Wigg, commercial director and co-founder of Starling Aerospace. “Our aim is to provide high-quality products, repetitive finishes, shorter lead times and unbeatable customer service.”

April 27, 2018

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Izzy has been part of the Business Jet Interiors International team since its second issue, and the editor since 2011. She also edits Auditoria and Railway Interiors International. Outside of work, Izzy is rediscovering her love of art by learning how to paint with watercolors.

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