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CHIPS Articles: Pentagon 3D Print-a-Thon: Electronic CAD Repository for Marine Corps AM Files

Pentagon 3D Print-a-Thon: Electronic CAD Repository for Marine Corps AM Files
Creation of a website and software app that can be used on any mobile device
By DON Innovation - March 27, 2017
From 17-21 October 2016, Marines from 2d Maintenance Battalion teamed up with software designers to identify requirements and develop a digital collaboration site and repository. With the intent to increase additive manufacturing productivity and transmit the sharing of files electronically, the results of their efforts was the creation of a website and software app that can be used on any mobile device.

This easily accessible platform will not only provide a source for Marines to obtain already approved files, but will facilitate design improvements and allow for greater communications across the Marine Corps Maker Movement.

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Marines from 2d Maintenance Battalion teamed up with software designers to identify requirements and develop a digital collaboration site and repository for Marine Corps AM files. The result of their efforts was the creation of a website and software app that can be used on any mobile device.
Marines from 2d Maintenance Battalion teamed up with software designers to identify requirements and develop a digital collaboration site and repository for Marine Corps AM files. The result of their efforts was the creation of a website and software app that can be used on any mobile device.
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