Air Force 3D prints the AMAD cover for all B-2 cockpits
from 3D Printing Media Network
The U.S. Air Force Life Cycle Management Center’s B-2 Program Office works to ensure the aircraft stays relevant and in the fight for years to come (and those years may come soon, judging by the recent escalation in tensions around the world). For a low volume fleet such as the Northrop Grumman B-2, aka Stealth Bomber, with no more than 20 aircraft flying, AM offers clear and evident benefits, such as in the recent work on the AMAD cover.
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