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3-D Printing Opens a New World for Marines

Posted October 25, 2017

Explosive Ordnance Disposal Marines with Special Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force-Crisis Response-Africa tested out containers made from a 3-D printer at Naval Station Rota, Spain. The additive manufacturing innovation opens a new world for Marines who could use the device to print items that previously did not exist.

U.S. Marine Corps video by Sgt. Takoune H. Norasingh

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Written by Yolanda R. Arrington, DoD News, Defense Media Activity


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Source: Armed with Science

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