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160928-N-IL267-004 QUANTICO, Virginia (Sept. 28, 2016) Marine Sgt. Stephen Cook, a legal service specialist with Headquarters Marine Corps, Judge Advocate Division, and amateur hobbyist 3-D printer, holds up a water cooler spigot in the shape of a rifle round that he printed using additive manufacturing to replace one that had broken at his office during the Modern Day Marine Expo at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va. Cook is sharing his 3-D printing expertise during an additive manufacturing parts demonstration at the expo, which Naval Sea Systems Command, Naval Aviation Systems Command, Marine Corps Systems Command, the Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory, and Marine Corps Headquarters, Installations and Logistics Department all collaborated on. (U.S. Navy photo by Dustin Q. Diaz/released)
160928-N-IL267-004.JPG Photo By: Dustin Q. Diaz

WEST BETHESDA, Md. - 160928-N-IL267-004 QUANTICO, Virginia (Sept. 28, 2016) Marine Sgt. Stephen Cook, a legal service specialist with Headquarters Marine Corps, Judge Advocate Division, and amateur hobbyist 3-D printer, holds up a water cooler spigot in the shape of a rifle round that he printed using additive manufacturing to replace one that had broken at his office during the Modern Day Marine Expo at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va. Cook is sharing his 3-D printing expertise during an additive manufacturing parts demonstration at the expo, which Naval Sea Systems Command, Naval Aviation Systems Command, Marine Corps Systems Command, the Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory, and Marine Corps Headquarters, Installations and Logistics Department all collaborated on. (U.S. Navy photo by Dustin Q. Diaz/released)


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