Applications – Government & Defense

Government/Defense

The DShape has exceptional potential for government and defense applications. The technology can be utilized for applications for emergency infrastructure construction, sea barrier fabrication, defensive bunker applications, and more. Government agencies who seek concrete components will enjoy the benefits of this emerging technology.

 

Governmental

 

  • Industrial/Traffic/Highway Applications
  • Highway medians/barriers
  • Curb Stops
  • Grease Traps/ Septic Pits

 

 

Military

 

  • The military faces four key considerations when deciding to purchase:
  • Functionality
  • Durability
  • Cost
  • Portability

 

 

The following circumstances create good points of entry for D Shape:

 

  • Intricate building needs
  • Scarce material supplies
  • Military technology budgets are relatively steady, even as military deployments and military budgets decrease
  • Some needs are less time and cost sensitive

 

 

 

  • MOUT Sites – military operations in urban terrain replications of combat areas used for training
  • Need for 3D printing service; possible need for machine itself
  • Long-term use for training purposes on US grounds
  • Current MOUT creation is very expensive
  • Strong push by the military for dynamic training grounds
  • D-Shape would make transitions between different combat terrains cheaper, shorter, and more seamless

 

 

 

  • Small modeling for combat training
  • Terrain models
  • Line of sight analysis
  • Urban environment models

 

 

 

  • Structures on off-shore combat areas
  • T-walls
  • Above ground shrapnel protection barriers
  • Guard towers
  • Barriers

 

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