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AWACS maintainers at leading edge of 3-D printing

Imagine you’re in aircraft maintenance and a mission is scheduled to fly in the next 24 hours. You need a part that hasn’t been...

New High-Tech Material Could Shave 8 Pounds from a Marine Grunt’s...

A revolutionary new material from the company that produces service rifle slings could cut several pounds from the weight Marines carry on their backs. Blue...

Ammo for the Marine Corps .50 caliber is getting a whole...

One of the first polymer case ammunition rounds for wide production in the Marine Corps will be for its heavy-duty machine gun, the venerable...

US Marines construct the world’s first 3D-printed barracks hut

The US Marine Corps is leading the way in employing advanced technologies and robotic construction Earlier this month, the Additive Manufacturing Team at Marine Corps...

Air Force awards nScrypt’s research company Phase 2 contract for 3D...

After a successful first phase, nScrypt’s research group Sciperio has been awarded a second phase contract for its project to 3D print conformal phased...

It May Soon Be Easy And Practical To Use Metals With...

In the last several years, 3D printing with plastics has advanced rapidly. Now, a team of researchers has shown that it may soon be...

Concrete 3D Printing Technology at CERL Prints Barracks

I was recently invited to the US Army’s Engineer Research and Development Center’s (ERDC) Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (CERL) in Illinois to see a...

3D Printing hot cup handle, could save Air Force thousands

TRAVIS AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. – Spending $1,200 on a cup, even one that can heat liquids during flight, may sound a little expensive. At...

U.S. Armed Forces purchase DragonFly Pro 3D Printers

NESS ZIONA, Israel – Nano Dimension, a leading additive electronics provider (Nasdaq, TASE: NNDM), today announced it has sold two DragonFly Pro 3D Printers...

Army develops high performance lightweight helmet

WASHINGTON -- Army researchers in Massachusetts are developing technology that may soon yield a lightweight combat helmet that provides more protection than anything ever...
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