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Stratasys Introduces Data Security Platform Supporting Growing U.S. Government Implementations of 3D Printing 

Sea-STRATASYS GAINS $20M U.S. NAVY CONTRACT IN “LARGEST GOVERNMENT PROJECT TO-DATE"

 

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seahawk helicopter with 3d printed parts

ULTEM™ 9085 resin used to produce two 3D printed omnidirectional antenna mounts for the Navy’s MH-60 Seahawk helicopter upgrade

 

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NAVAIR vent repair, first for using Polymer AM parts as Critical Application Item (CAI) components, BIM vent repair using AM unique within the DOD 

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NREL Explores Innovative Manufacturing Approach for Next-Generation Wind Turbine Blades.

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Using computed tomography and 3D printing to construct custom prosthetics attachments and devices, link to article, 3D Printing in Medicine Pros Article  

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