Members of the III Marine Expeditionary Force now have a cutting-edge metal 3D printer they say will pay dividends in cost and efficiency when it comes to manufacturing vehicle or weapon parts in the...
U.S. Marine Corps Cpl. Brad Peck dunks a freshly printed product into the Markforged Wash-1 to clean access material off of parts printed in the Metal X 3-D printer on Camp Kinser, Okinawa, Japan, Jan 8, 2020.
The world has now entered the age of innovation. The evolution of technology has offered a world of capabilities to those who have access to it, specifically within the Department of Defense. The Marine Corps have become a big part of utilizing technology to become a more efficient war-fighter force.
During lunch, you may have witnessed a Japanese coworker eating out of a home-packed box. Or maybe during a stroll in the park, you noticed a salarymen sitting on a bench with a smartphone and a little wooden lunch box.
I’ve never made doughnuts before. This was my first time. I’m sure they will only get better the more I make them. So I started by doing a bit of research. Then I figured out what kind of doughnut I wanted and got to work.