US Army opens new horizons with 3D printing for vehicle parts

To reduce logistics supply chain timelines and accelerate maintenance processes, on 6 April the US Army will open a new facility dedicated to 3D printing and exploring new additive manufacturing options.

The Advanced Manufacturing Commercialization Center (AMCC), located in Sterling Heights Michigan, will produce large components for different ground vehicles. This will allow for a more efficient production process, lower weight, lower costs, and better long-term sustainment efforts.

AMCC will also enable the Tank-Automotive & Armaments Command (TACOM) and the Ground Vehicle Systems Center (GVSC), which is part of the Combat Capabilities Development Command (DEVCOM), to increase the speed of

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