Mfg Min Recap: 3D-Printed Soldier Food; Semis With TV Screens; Hydrogen-Powered Drones

This week in manufacturing, we looked at customizing nutritional needs for soldiers through 3D printing, Samsung's safer semi-passing technology and a drone fueled entirely by clean-burning hydrogen.

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This week in manufacturing, we looked at customizing nutritional needs for soldiers through 3D printing, Samsung's safer semi-passing technology and a drone fueled entirely by clean-burning hydrogen. 

Take a look at this week's Manufacturing Minute Recap. 

3D Printing Soldier Food

In this episode, 3D printing and wearable tech could team up in the next decade to personalize military meals in the field. Learn how it would work here: 

Samsung's Aim To Make Highway Passing Safer

In this episode, a big rig tractor trailer with four large TV screens on the back. See the concept in action here: 

Hydrogen-Powered Drone

In this episode, the first aircraft of any kind to be completely powered by hydrogen is an unmanned drone along Scotland's western coast. Hear the science behind it here:

SO, WHAT DO YOU THINK?

What are the potential challenges with implementing these technologies? Is the usefulness of each worth the cost they could carry?

Email us or leave your comments below. 

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