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Stratasys to Test Material Performance on Moon
To date, ground tests appear to show 50% radiation dose reduction, Stratasys reports.
Northrop Grumman Tests Solid Rocket Motor
Company's demo showed technologies such as long-lead tooling products and components of the solid rocket motor’s nozzle structure, made with additive manufacturing.
Boeing and Northrop Sign Up for White House-backed Manufacturing Initiative
The voluntary program, announced by President Biden in May, intends to increase suppliers' use of additive manufacturing (AM). 
Ansys Helps Protect Security Via Digital Mission Engineering
Northrop Grumman to use Ansys' simulation and digital mission engineering solutions to develop a radar site to monitor high orbits in space.
Northrop Grumman Donates Shock Tunnel for Purdue Hypersonics Research
Once installed, Purdue will reportedly be only the second university in the U.S. to offer such a hypersonics test capability.
America Makes Announces Awardees of Project on Advanced Tools for Rapid Qualification
Awarded project teams to develop and deploy innovative, cost-effective, and energy-efficient AM technologies for defense and commercial needs.
America Makes Accepts Certified Selective Laser Sintering Additive Manufactured Nylon 12 Database from Northrop Grumman
Database released to the Institute and Its membership community to enhance the additive material supply chain.
Zuken USA names Keynote for Annual Event in April
Zuken USA announces No Magic’s CTO as keynote speaker at Zuken Innovation World in San Diego
HII’s Proteus Successfully Completes Unmanned Missions Testing
Huntington Ingalls Industries' Proteus, its dual-mode undersea vehicle, reportedly has successfully completed autonomous contested battlespace missions during the 2017 Advanced Naval Technology Exercise (ANTX) at the Naval Surface Warfare Center (Panama City Division).
AM Industry Faces Materials Challenges
When creating production parts using additive manufacturing (AM) processes, the industry lacks the material data needed to ensure consistent results – and may need to take a new approach to understanding how materials work in a 3D print environment.
Round Lunar Pod Deemed Viable


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