The United States will use 3D printing to create bombs

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A few weeks ago there was talk in practically all the newscasts worldwide about how the United States had created what they themselves had baptized with the suggestive name of Massive Ordnance Air Blast bomb (MOAB), more commonly known by the nickname of 'mother of all bombs'.

Basically what the United States Department of Defense presented to the world was the largest and most powerful bomb ever created without being a nuclear bomb, that is, it is true that nuclear bombs, even the smallest, are more powerful than the one known as 'mother of all bombs'Although, if we leave this type of bomb out of the equation, the truth is that nothing can be compared to the destructive power of the MOAB.

The United States will manufacture the MOAB using technologies such as 3D printing.

As commented John corley, United States Air Force technician:

We have worked in pump printing for five to ten years. Thanks to this technology we can now include selectable effects. One day you may want the same weapon to produce a small effect or a big effect, and now we can control that by the height of the blast.

As we have been commenting for a long time, the United States Armed Forces have seen great profitability in the use of such innovative technologies as Print 3D. We have proof of this not only in its ability to manufacture firearms, but also bombs. For now, as they have commented, its purpose is to serve as a deterrent and cause panic among Washington's enemies.


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