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Extreme Environments Call for Rugged Workstations
Such systems populate a small—but necessary—segment of the workstation market.
MELD AM Technology Picked by US Navy
Plans are to launch Navy Additive Manufacturing Center of Excellence at Danville’s Institute for Advanced Learning and Research, company reports.
Extreme Environments Call for Rugged Workstations
Such systems populate a small—but necessary—segment of the workstation market.
US Navy Awards $1.5M Contract for MELD Technology for Metal Printing
The program supports the development of qualification data for MELD created parts to guide naval use of MELD equipment.
Senvol Receives Funding from U.S. Navy and U.S. Air Force for Software
Data-driven machine learning software analyzes the relationships between additive manufacturing process parameters and material performance, company says.
Senvol and NIST: New Project to Establish AM Process-Structure-Property Relationships
The Continuous Learning for Additive Manufacturing Processes Through Advanced Data Analytics project goal is to apply data analytics to both empirical and physics-based additive manufacturing data to establish process-structure-property relationships.
Additive’s Role in Defense
Panelists discuss promise and challenges of implementing AM in the military.
A Campaign to Train Tomorrow’s Workforce
The ACADEMI curriculum is designed to boost additive manufacturing training—and industry savvy.
Senvol Analysis Software Reduces Trial and Error of Additive Manufacturing Processes
The Senvol ML project is aimed at reducing the trial-and-error approach to defining AM material-process procedures.
Industry Needs Student Competitions to Define—and Design—the Robots of Tomorrow
Few engineers or researchers working in industry today have mastered all the disciplines required to build an autonomous robot—and that has potentially negative ramifications for a manufacturing sector already beset by retiring baby boomers.
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).
Sensing Ship Damage
3D printing helps students at the University of Michigan develop low-cost sensors for the U.S. Navy.
Engineering Services Network Awarded Military Contract
The organization is to provide product development, programming services and more.
Sparton Acquires Argotec Sonar Transducers
The acquisition will expand the company's offerings for government contracts.
Engility Receives Contract for Engineering Services
The company will provide support for Department of Defense weapons procurement.
Lockheed Martin, BAE Systems Join Collaboration for Exoskeleton Design
The apparatus helps reduce muscle fatigue for workers who handle heavy machinery on a daily basis.



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