A recently discovered ISIS drone workshop has added to concerns that the terrorist group is now capable of 3D printed bombs.
How does 3D printing benefit the armed forces? Apparently, quite a lot. Here are 10 future applications for the soliders of tomorrow.
The U.S. Army and Marines collaborate on a test project that would let soldiers 3D print drone parts on the spot with a tablet-based catalog.
A division of the U.S. Marines is 3D printing and testing small explosive devices, which could be used on the battlefield in the near future.
In field trials, US Marines successfully printed a plastic replacement Humvee door handle in the relentless heat of the Arizona desert.
The road to military 3d printing applications is not paved with flowers. Here are some considerations that currently hold army-3DP back.