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ShipTech 2018 Brings Together Navy and Industry Leaders to Discuss Advanced Manufacturing Solutions

ShipTech 2018, held March 27 and 28 in Charleston, South Carolina, featured an impressive lineup of technical and general session speakers, including Navy and industry leaders.

Joint ManTech Panel Complimentary of Navy Metalworking Center’s Implementation Efforts

The Joint Defense Manufacturing Technology Panel (JDMTP) Metals Processing & Fabrication Subpanel offered valuable feedback at its annual review on June 27-28, 2017.

JDMTP Recognizes Two Navy Metalworking Center Projects in 2016 for Outstanding Achievement

At the 2016 Defense Manufacturing Conference, the Navy Metalworking Center provided two technical presentations, exhibited some of its technical capabilities, and earned recognition for the achievements of two recent projects.

NMC Publishes 2016 Annual Report

The Navy Metalworking Center's 2016 Annual Report is now available online.

Navy Metalworking Center Tow Cable Maintenance Winch Team Awarded ONR 2016 Technology Transition Achievement Award

The Tow Cable Maintenance Winch project team received the 2016 Technology Transition Achievement Award from the Office of Naval Research.

NMC Project Team Employing Innovative Distortion Reduction Technologies for CH-53K Cabin Frames

Transitioning a process that mitigates distortion in the production of the CH-53K cabin frame will improve manufacturing cost, schedule, and quality.

Sonar Dome Manufacturing Project Commended in Congressional Report

The U.S. Senate Armed Services Committee commended the Office of Naval Research "for efforts toward understanding the benefits of human industrial operations augmentation technology..."

Joint ManTech Panel Reviewers Note NMC’s High Technology Transition Rate

The Navy Metalworking Center (NMC) recently hosted the Joint Defense Manufacturing Technology Panel (JDMTP) Metals Processing & Fabrication Subpanel on 27-28 June 2016.

Improved Inspection Techniques for Submarine Pressure Hulls will Save Construction Costs

Advanced technologies that allow for inspection directly through special hull treatment could significantly reduce inspection costs.

Improved Pipe Cutting / Beveling Processes On Board Navy Ships to Save Labor and Injuries

Optimized onboard processes for large diameter pipe cutting / beveling will improve safety and reduce labor in confined work conditions.

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