BigRep described very intriguing new application for 3D printing: Helicopter Blade Restraints.
The US currently has no domestic capacity to traditionally manufacture the large titanium pump castings, and is therefore turning to AM as the solution.
Marine use of 3D print technology should be booming, but it isn’t, at least not yet.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at how 3D printing use can be increased by shipyards constructing and refurbishing vessels.
MatterHackers announced a highly unusual arrangement with the US Navy.
SPEE3D did something very interesting: they 3D printed a metal part on a navy ship.
Charles R. Goulding reviews a new book on shipbuilding, where 3D printing can take a lead role.
Xerox Additive Solutions announced an ElemX metal 3D printer was installed on an active US Navy ship.
I spoke with SPEE3D’s CEO Byron Kennedy to learn more about the company’s intentions.
The US Navy awarded a huge contract for 3D printing equipment to MattHackers and Ultimaker.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at how 3D printing could play a role in a major submarine deal.
Stratasys announced a massive US$20M contract to deliver 3D printers to the US Navy.
ss various ways in which companies and organizations are providing opportunities for a current and future workforce to foster and fine-tune their 3D printing skillset.
An announcement from 3YOURMIND suggests the US Navy has a very comprehensive plan for a 3D printed future.
Charles R. Goulding and Ryan Donley consider two navies’ applications of additive manufacturing.
The first Xerox metal 3D printer installation is more than a customer sale: it’s the start of a collaboration with the Naval Postgraduate School.
There was a time when high-temperature 3D printing was considered an experimental exercise, but that doesn’t seem to be the case anymore.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi examine the increasing role of additive manufacturing in Navy submarines.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi discuss 3D printing activity and opportunity at the Brooklyn Navy Yard.
Kelly Moran is a technology leader who recently left her position with Boeing in Europe, where she led the innovation development for metal technology solutions, with Additive Manufacturing as a core focus.
Charles Goulding examines the redistribution of aerospace suppliers to submarines, and how they can benefit from industrial 3D printing expertise.
Charles Goulding looks at developments in the submarine construction industry where there may be a big opening for 3D printing.
The US Navy is now testing a 3D printed part on one of their carriers, and this shows the enormous hill 3D printing has yet to climb.