Phoenix Spark Lab uses 3D printing to repair firetruck

U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Max Estrada, 60th Air Mobility Wing noncommissioned officer of agile manufacturing, creates a replacement gear for a base firetruck using 3D printing March 2, 2021 at Travis Air Force Base, California. By using 3D printing, Estrada was able to replace the damaged part for only five cents and return the firetruck to inventory in one day. (Courtesy photo)

PHOTO BY: Phoenix Spark Lab, Travis AFB
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