Two New EWI Repair Technologies Tested and Validated Aboard Ship
The ability to make repairs to ships at sea and easily evaluate the results while in service is a potential game-changer for the U.S. Navy. Recently, EWI tested two new technologies at sea during the NCMS Repair Technology Engagement Exercise (REPTX).
The demonstrations aboard the Navy’s Self-Defense Test Ship verified the ease and effectiveness of performing cold spray and tele-inspection for repair and assessment on a deployed ship. This project and its results are discussed in Tele-manufacturing Goes to Sea: Bringing Remote, Automated Processes onto Deployed Vessels written by EWI engineers Connie LaMorte, Howard Marotto, and Lindsey Lindamood.
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To learn more about EWI’s work in cold spray technology, contact [email protected]. For more information about tele-inspection and EWI’s other tele-manufacturing innovations, contact [email protected].
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