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The Veterans Health Administration has tasked 3D Systems to help the government stand up additive manufacturing facilities at hospitals, where personnel would produce 3D-printed medical equipment. The company said Thursday it will deliver ProX SLS 6100 3D printers and related materials to establish the planned facilities and a corresponding quality management system for VHA.

Huntington Ingalls Industries‘ Newport News Shipbuilding division and 3D Systems are co-developing additive manufacturing or 3D printing technologies that may be applied in naval shipbuilding. HII said Thursday the partnership aims to support the implementation of 3D printing across the U.S. Navy and further improve manufacturing methods for the future of naval ships. To aid development, 3D Systems is providing […] More
3D Systems has landed two contracts worth more than $1 million to help the U.S. Air Force build three-dimensional printers for aerospace and defense technology manufacturing. The Air Force Research Laboratory will finance both 3D printing projects while America Makes: National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute will manage the programs, 3DS said Tuesday. Under the first […] More
Deloitte and 3D Systems Corp. have forged an alliance to jointly provide companies with three-dimensional printing and manufacturing technologies designed to help customers sustain their business and expand capabilities. 3D System will integrate its products and services into Deloitte’s strategy, technology and consulting services to build a platform that will work to enable learning, experimentation […] More
A U.K. fighter jet equipped with metal components made with BAE Systems‘ 3D printing technology has taken its maiden flight. The Tornado aircraft flew from the UK Ministry of Defence’s airfield at Warton, Lancashire late last month, BAE announced Monday. 3D printing has the potential to yield approximately $2 million in maintenance and service savings for […] More

L3Harris Technologies will develop and deliver systems through which U.S. Air Force personnel would train to operate a new intercontinental ballistic missile, National Defense Magazine reported Tuesday. The company will perform this work as a subcontractor to support the Ground-Based Strategic Deterrent missile under an existing $13.3B contract held by Northrop Grumman.

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