Air Force Uses Cutting Edge 3-D Printing to Focus on Warfighter

Highlight: Air Force Uses Cutting Edge 3-D Printing to Focus on Warfighter

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Students and professors from the Air Force Institute of Technology at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base have incorporated a 3-D printer into their research and development efforts.

In this video, you’l find out how they’ve designed, built, and tested objects with this cutting edge technology. They’re even using it to build parts that would otherwise be obsolete.

U.S. Air Force video by Ryan Law and Airman 1st Class Johnathon Wines

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