3D printing

3D printing

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An innovative manufacturing technique could make drones easier to build. Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are occupying an ever-growing space in aviation circles. Researchers are...
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With the University of Maine Advanced Structures and Composites Center, the US Department of Defense 3D-printed the world's largest prototype logistics vessel. The Marine Corps...

Micro-precision 3D printing combines ultra-high resolution, accuracy, and precision allowing for more intricate, exact, and replicable parts. Micro-3D printing, an additive manufacturing technology that...
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New development of fully 3D printed OLEDs can potentially be used for applications in soft electronics and wearable devices. In a groundbreaking new study,...
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Marines recently used 3D printing technology to make a head cap for the rocket motor on a key mine-clearing device that was later operated...

Materials that can perform under high pressure, high-temperature environments are needed for automotive, aerospace, defense, and space applications.  Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) researchers have...

3D printing technology can replace more time-consuming traditional forms of construction, such as creating infrastructure to help communities respond to natural disasters, along with...
3d printing tech for battlefield

Additive manufacturing — also known as 3D printing — has been in development for decades and the U.S. military branches and the defense industrial...
aircraft spare parts

A new production process of aircraft parts reduces the operational time lost in repairs and means that other jets do not have to be...
3d printing

In the future, people shouldn’t be expected to have an engineering degree to build robots, any more than they should have a computer science...

The longitudinal and shear energy waves produced by earthquakes travel through the ground and can destroy buildings miles from the epicenter. Preventing that damage...

Critical care at the battlefield will save lives and provide a more complete recovery thanks to the innovative use of 3D printers.  3D printers can...

Airframe design is an important factor in the design of unmanned aircraft. A common challenge encountered is requiring one part to serve several functions,...

A new 3D-printing method will make it easier to manufacture and control the shape of soft robots, artificial muscles and wearable devices. Researchers at...

It can often take weeks to months to manufacture and airlift organic pharmaceuticals and protein therapeutics to battlefield frontlines, meaning that critical medical supplies...

The COVID-19 pandemic has created new opportunities for innovation. The smart city global market is expected to reach $2.46 trillion by 2025. In fact,...

By tweaking the chemistry of a single polymer, researchers at Texas A&M University and the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command Army Research Laboratory...

One of the biggest bottlenecks for the modern aerospace industry is that conventional engineering and manufacturing techniques are far too slow for a rapidly...
3d printing

3D printing, or additive manufacturing, is becoming more and more prevalent in the military maintenance and logistics fields. The technology will soon be used...
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Do you have a groundbreaking technology? iHLS, an expert on security technology with a focus on dual-use technologies invites startups from Israel and abroad to...
3d printing tech for battlefield

Replacement parts for military systems are usually ordered from warehouses thousands of miles away from the troops, only to wait weeks for them to...
3d printing

As coronavirus spreads globally, shortages of medical supplies have become a major problem. The urgent need for respiratory ventilators has become a major challenge...