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Palm-Sized 3D-Printed Part Represents Leap Forward In Shipbuilding

Truman (CVN-75) steam line fits in the palm of a hand, but its significance to future shipbuilding is enormous. Created on a 3D printer ... the Navy to ensure that collectively, we are investing in ev... read more

VIDEO RELEASE--Huntington Ingalls Industries’ Newport News Shipbuilding Paves The Way For NAVSEA Adoption of 3-D Printing in Naval Shipbuilding

The company’s Newport News Shipbuilding ... to partnering with the Navy to ensure that collectively, we are investing in every opportunity to improve and advance the way we design and build great ship... read more

Newport News Shipbuilding introduces new 3D printer

(WAVY) -- Huntington Ingalls Industries’ Newport News Shipbuilding ... its first 3D metal printer Thursday morning. “It will allow us to keep pace with technology and provide services to the Navy in a ... read more

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US nuclear carriers to get first 3D-printed part

Built by Huntington Ingalls Industries' Newport News Shipbuilding ... Navy to ensure that collectively, we are investing in every opportunity to improve and advance the way we design and build great s... read more


Spanish shipbuilder Navantia launches Shipyard 4.0, with 3D printing and other innovations

Shipbuilding ... As well as the Spanish navy, Navantia is involved with manufacturing for the army and air force, and has built ships for the navies of Norway, Australia, Chile, Spain, India, Thailand ... read more

3D printer ‘a game changer’

3D metal printing is turning mechanical design and manufacturing upside down, says Abid Ahmad. “It is a game changer,” said Ahmad, the academic chair of mechanical and industrial technologies at Nova ... read more

World’s Largest Shipbuilder, Hyundai Heavy, to Focus On 3D Printing Ship Parts Via New Innovation Center

Leading the way within the shipping ... could save the Korean shipbuilding industry approximately $1.8 billion annually. While this isn’t the first time we’ve seen the use of 3D printing within a mari... read more

Disruptive Defense: 3D Printing, Unmanned Systems and Bitcoin

3D printing, unmanned systems, and Bitcoin ... of Naval Research (ONR) and the Combating Terrorism Technical Support Office (CTTSO)— have an opportunity to engage and harness the “homebrew” community ... read more

Essex Leaves an Imprint on Fleet Readiness

Visitors watched a demonstration of the uPrint Plus 3D Printer in the medical bay of the ship and then held an open discussion about possible applications for the U.S. Navy ... at sea paving the way f... read more

NAVSEA Looking for Early Wins as it Kicks Off 20-Year Yard Modernization

“We’re not going to get $21 billion in one year to go do this, nor could we execute that amount of money, so … we’ll go do that work in a way that allows us ... advanced enough yet for the Navy to rel... read more



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