Should We Begin Preparing for 3D Printed Nuclear Weapons?

The large NC3 (Nuclear Command, Control & Communications) architecture, comprised of systems made up of many airborne, space-based, and terrestrial components meant to connect nuclear forces in the US to the…

US Navy and ORNL Team Up to Develop the Military’s First 3D Printed Submarine Hull on the BAAM

3D printing technology is used often in the military these days: the Marine Corps created a 3D printed surveillance drone and are learning to use the technology to solve on-site problems,…

3D Printing Partnerships Dominate News from Norsk Titanium

There are few companies that have been busier lately than Norsk Titanium. In the last few days, the additive manufacturing company and creator of Rapid Plasma Deposition (RPD) technology made…

Sciaky’s EBAM Technology Used for 3D Printing Submarine Parts

US company Sciaky has long had a role out of the limelight but close to the US defense community. The company’s Electron Beam Welding and Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing technologies have…

The Most 3D Printed Vessel on the Grid, Godiva 2, to Race in European International Submarine Races

If you have a lot riding on your next 3D printing project, and require a powerful printer for ensuring success, historically that means you should turn to Stratasys. Time and time…

3D Printing a Fully Functional Miniature Submarine

Issue a call to makers and they will answer it, and answer it, and answer it again. We’ve already covered some of the other amazing inventions and creative responses to…

Designer 3D Prints a Working RC Submarine

Submarines are one of those incredible pieces of machinery that most of us are at least slightly fascinated with. These vehicles have been around for centuries, and are still used…

Human Powered Submarine Requires 3D Printed Propeller

The first human powered international submarine race was held in 1989 in Florida and had 17 crafts competing. For this competition each team develops a one or two person, “wet”…


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