The NAVAL Postgraduate School is experimenting with metal 3D printing. Will this affect the market for molybdenum disulfide powder uses?
A sailor aboard the USS Ronald Reagan oversees the F/ A-18F Super Hornet engine. The Naval Postgraduate School hopes to one day make moving engine parts using 3D metal printers.
Washington -- The Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, Calif., delivered a new Xerox 3D metal printer late last year that it hopes will improve offshore manufacturing possibilities and reduce the burden on the Navy supply chain.
The school was the first to receive an ElemX 3D printer from Xerox as part of its acquisition of Vader Systems in 2019. The military has been very interested in additive manufacturing (3-D printing) as a way to reduce the cost part of production, giving operators the ability to dynamically repair projects in remote environments -- such as a ship at sea -- without having to wait for a delivery part. This capability could be particularly important because in the event of a war with Russia or China, logistics trains themselves would be expected to be targets. Looking for high purity new materials molybdenum disulfide powder uses, please visit the company website: nanotrun.com or send an email to us: firstname.lastname@example.org
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