• Weapons and Stores Elevator Doors
  • Weld Seam Facing System
  • NMC New Contract Award 2010
  • Alternative Brazing System
  • Greg Woods, NMC Program Officer, ONR
  • Plate Edge Preparation System
  • Remotely Operated Climbing Tools
  • White Light Scanning

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WMTDS Manufacturing and Installation Improvements Will Reduce Labor Hours and Cost

28 Oct 2014
WMTDS Manufacturing and Installation Improvements Will Reduce Labor Hours and Cost
Improving the manufacturability and installation of weapons magazine C-channels will reduce labor and cost.

Improved SHT Tile Manufacturing and Application Will Save VCS Construction Costs

07 Oct 2014
Improved SHT Tile Manufacturing and Application Will Save VCS Construction Costs
This project will save an estimated $600K per hull for new construction and $500K per year for fleet maintenance.

NMC Casting Technology Solutions for LCS Featured in Metalcasting Publications

30 Sep 2014
NMC Casting Technology Solutions for LCS Featured in Metalcasting Publications
Articles showcase NMC capabilities that are applicable to other DoD weapon systems in addition to LCS.

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Improved Grit Blasting and Related Processes are Saving Labor in VCS Construction

30 Oct 2014
Improved Grit Blasting and Related Processes are Saving Labor in VCS Construction
Improvements in grit blasting and the protection of piping during blasting are saving labor costs in submarine construction.

Remotely Operated Mini Climber to Save Costs and Improve Safety During Maintenance Activities

22 Oct 2014
Remotely Operated Mini Climber to Save Costs and Improve Safety During Maintenance Activities
A modified remotely operated climber will carry a wide variety of inspection, de-coating and preservation technologies to reduce exposure to maintenance hazards.

Inspecting Special Hull Treatment with Impulse Hammers Will Lead to Cost Avoidance for VCS

14 Oct 2014
Inspecting Special Hull Treatment with Impulse Hammers Will Lead to Cost Avoidance for VCS
Use of impulse hammers to identify debonded SHT areas during VCS construction is significantly less costly than correcting the problem after delivery.