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Huntington Ingalls Industries has announced a collaboration between its Newport News, Virginia-based shipbuilding division and 3D Systems to explore state-of-the-art manufacturing techniques – namely 3D printing and its adoption in naval shipbuilding. It’s thought that 3D printing could revolutionize the way in which shipbuilders design and deliver the next generation of ...



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