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"Print Me a Cruiser" : The Future of the US Fleet

According to the Navy publication Proceedings Magazine, “The 3D printing revolution will radically change naval construction.”
In the magazine's most recent issue, Lt. Cheney-Peters and Lt. Hipple argue that the future of naval design and manufacturing could be based on a 3D printing paradigm. In an interview with MakerBot’s Peter Schmehl, Cheney-Peters learned that 3D printing could “radically change ship construction, making designs that might not be possible using conventional techniques.” Provided the build volume was large enough, a ship’s hull, along with its duct work and piping, could be built in one fell swoop rather than relying on numerous crews to complete construction in a step-by-step fashion.

3D Printed Steadicam

New Stratasys Video