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Cox developed a 3-D print for the Refueling Department as a training aid for their workforce; the team worked to develop a magnetic clip for lighting fixtures to be utilized within the vessels by mechanics.
3-D printing is one of the many innovative technologies available in the T&I Lab; various 3-D printed models and tools are developed within the lab for the shipyard
210930-N-YO710-008.JPG Photo By: Shelby West, NNSY Photographer

NORFOLK NAVAL SHIPYARD - Cox developed a 3-D print for the Refueling Department as a training aid for their workforce; the team worked to develop a magnetic clip for lighting fixtures to be utilized within the vessels by mechanics. 3-D printing is one of the many innovative technologies available in the T&I Lab; various 3-D printed models and tools are developed within the lab for the shipyard


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