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Navy Dips its Toe into 3D Printing
The U.S. Navy hopes to reduce production lead times and part production costs using additive manufacturing.
Navy to Develop Printed Repair Parts
Teams will work to build digital twins from model-based data on parts and sensor data from metal 3D printers.
Navy Prints Replacement Aircraft Part
The air duct tubing is the first printed piece to be used in an actual aircraft.
3D Printing Rescues Navy Radios
The 3D printing lab aboard the USS Harry S. Truman developed a special clip to fix an expensive problem with handheld radios.


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