3d Printing Makes Portable Runways Possible for the U.S Air Force

The United States Air Force is partnering with academia and the private sector to explore advanced manufacturing techniques to solve one of their largest challenges in theater – allowing forward operating troops to land aircraft wherever they are needed. Thanks…

Ten MORE tips and tricks for Autodesk Inventor 2021

In our last post on the GovDesignHub, we featured ten incredibly useful tips and tricks for Autodesk Inventor 2021, the application that is the industry standard for product and mechanical engineers that are designing, visualizing, and even simulating products in…

Ten tips and tricks for Autodesk Inventor 2021

Autodesk Inventor remains the leading tool and application of choice for product and mechanical engineering, product design, product simulation, and tooling creation. It’s considered the industry standard for designing, visualizing, and even simulating products in preproduction. And while Autodesk Inventor…

Additive manufacturing – redefining what’s possible for the government

The U.S. military and government agencies are constantly looking for public sector best practices and exciting new technologies that they can implement to help increase efficiency, improve operations, and cut costs for the taxpayer. And few technologies are more capable…

How advanced manufacturing is revolutionizing the way the military makes

One of the most exciting technological advancements in today’s military isn’t a mobile device, or an application, or even an immersive AR application that delivers real-time intelligence to warfighters on a heads-up display. It’s a simple aluminum bracket. That may…

Groundbreaking INNOVATION: Additive Manufacturing for Government Agencies

The advanced manufacturing market is expected to grow by $50 billion by 2025. And you can be sure that government and military organizations will be among the groups that are adopting these new manufacturing technologies and driving that growth. Advanced…

Advanced manufacturing and 3D printing keep the USAF flying

Additive manufacturing is proving its place amongst the U.S. Air Force (USAF). When aging aircraft need repairs, it is often becoming difficult to find replacement parts and cost-prohibitive to manufacture parts using traditional fabrication methods. Unfortunately, until recently, these were…

Eaton uses advanced manufacturing to rapidly produce PPE for COVID response

The COVID-19 pandemic in our nation began in late January with one single case in Washington State. Just a few short weeks after that, some U.S. states started to experience massive outbreaks, including New Jersey, New York, California, Massachusetts, Michigan…

LASIMM Demonstrates New Possibilities for Manufacturing Large Metal Parts

Advanced manufacturing techniques, such as  additive and subtractive manufacturing, allow designers and manufacturers to produce components more efficiently and enable the production of new components that could not have been fabricated using legacy methods.  However, there are technical challenges that…

AI SpaceFactory: How to Become a Space Architect

Who doesn’t want to go to space? The ever-growing list of companies—from SpaceX to Jacobs—would seem to make that answer rather obvious. But that range also gives you a sense of the broad spectrum of technologies and expertise that we…