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Organizations and Consortiums

Additive Manufacturing Organizations and Consortiums

Just a few of the many potentially useful links available on this important transformational technology, and its impact on both manufacturing and DoD Supply Chain Management are listed below. Please note the disclaimer at the bottom of this site.

Organizations & Consortiums

DoD/Public Sector

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Universities/ Academia

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Private Sector (See Disclaimer Below)

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Additive Manufacturing Working Groups

Additive Manufacturing Maintenance Organization (AMMO) Working Group

  • The DoD Additive Manufacturing Maintenance Organization (AMMO) Working Group is chartered to develop an integrated DoD strategic vision and facilitate collaborative tactical implementation of Additive Manufacturing (AM) technology in support of DoD's global weapon system maintenance enterprise. The AMMO Working Group activity will include development of OSD guidance recommendations, selection and prioritization of opportunities to employ AM technology, coordination and standardization of AM activities into established DoD maintenance processes and procedures, and preparation and maintenance of the AMMO Roadmap. Chartered under the authority of the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Maintenance Policy and Programs, the Working Group is composed of members from the Army, Air Force, Department of the Navy, DLA, and other government agencies such as NIST, DOE, NASA, and industry, as jointly approved by the co-chairs. AMMO WG members will be authoritative maintenance leaders, recognized AM leaders, and domain-level experts from the JDMTP Subpanel communities. Participation is voluntary and involves collaboration with multiple agencies.

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Additive Manufacturing Contracting Guide Working Group

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Disclaimer: This website contains links to both DoD and non-DoD resources. They are provided solely to assist defense acquisition workforce professionals in finding information and learning about these important Additive Manufacturing technologies and their impacts on DoD Supply Chain Management. Neither the Department of Defense or the Defense Acquisition University provide any warranty of these resources whatsoever, whether express, implied, or statutory, including, but not limited to, any warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose or any warranty that the contents of the item will be error-free. This site should under no circumstances be considered as being all-encompassing, and is in no-wise meant to endorse the capabilities or products of any particular individual, company, or organization. Note: For the private sector section of this community of practice in particular, rather than listing each of the hundreds of companies providing additive manufacturing related services, equipment, materials, and software, we instead link to several other websites which provide this type of information.