3D Printers & The Military

The U.S. Army uses cutting edge 3D printers to develop solutions for America’s soldiers. Researchers at the U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command‘s chemical and biological center at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland use computers, lasers and 3D printers every day.

If I had a 3D printer, could I use it to make other 3D printers?  One wonders/plots…

Video provided by Army RDECOM YouTube channel


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One Response to 3D Printers & The Military

  1. very very good idea… congratulation US Army