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    NIWC Pacific’s agile digital workflow tool gets 3D-printed products into warfighter hands quickly [Image 1 of 3]

    NIWC Pacific’s agile digital workflow tool gets 3D-printed products into warfighter hands quickly

    SAN DIEGO, CA, UNITED STATES

    04.21.2020

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    Naval Information Warfare Center Pacific

    200421-N-ZZ999-001 Charleston, SC (April 21, 2020) A 3D printer in Naval Information Warfare Center Atlantic’s (NIWC Atlantic’s) On-Demand Manufacturing (ODM) Lab uses additive manufacturing (AM) to print the retention ring component of a face mask. NIWC Atlantic’s ODM Lab, which consists of over a dozen engineers, logisticians and quality representatives, printed 1,650 retention rings for face mask kits as part of an effort to equip the workforce with personal protective equipment in response to COVID-19. Naval Information Warfare Center Pacific’s AM digital workflow tool routed the printing job to NIWC Atlantic’s ODM Lab based on printer availability and capacity.

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    Date Taken: 04.21.2020
    Date Posted: 06.29.2020 18:22
    Photo ID: 6255979
    VIRIN: 200421-N-ZZ999-001
    Resolution: 3024x4032
    Size: 4.96 MB
    Location: SAN DIEGO, CA, US 

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