Advanced Metalworking Solutions for
Naval Systems that Go in Harm's Way

Completed Projects

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A motion-assisted positioning device used for the blasting process will reduce costs and worker fatigue, and increase throughput on multiple naval platforms.

Project Number: R2658
June 22, 2015 to March 21, 2016

NMC developed a flexible mobile abrasive waterjet system that can be used during repair and refurbishment operations on board the ship or to cut access holes into ship hulls at the dockside.

Project Number: Z0401
December 01, 2004 to February 01, 2007

Additive isolation covering can reduce costs and improve schedule over the current isolation method used on Navy ships for fasteners on dissimilar metals.

Project Number: R2549
July 03, 2013 to July 02, 2014

The use of AM in ship construction will save acquisition costs on several ship classes.

Project Number: S2608
October 07, 2014 to June 06, 2016

Various improvements in the hull treatment system of DDG 1000 will save costs from procurement to decommissioning.

Project Number: S1081
November 01, 2006 to January 28, 2010