Military planners are beginning to imagine how additive manufacturing (AM) can enhance operations. The potential gains that AM—also known as 3-D printing—offers are transformative and require new ways of thinking from suppliers and end-users to achieve them.  The benefits include: rapid development and iteration of prototypes, design and fabrication of complex shapes that cannot be made by conventional manufacturing, part consolidation, less material waste, low cost ...


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