A few months ago, the Indian Air Force (IAF) started using 3-dimensional printing technology to build the next generation of military planes.
The military has already tested the technology on a single plane, but now, with the help of 3-d printers, it hopes to add more than 100 more to the fleet by 2020.
But what exactly is 3-DTX?
A 3-DOF (3-D Printing Extruder) is a printer that extrudes 3D objects out of a plastic tube, creating parts that are flat or rounded.
3-DoFs are cheap, versatile and effective for a number of different tasks.
They can also be used for 3-axis robotics.
They also work on the same basis as 3-Ds, allowing for flexible and easily machined parts.
The Air Force recently acquired a new 3-doF called the A320-M2, which is the first such 3-jet fighter in the Indian fleet.
Here’s how 3-DMX worksThe A320M2’s main airframe is made of three separate parts.
First, there’s a wing that can fold up and drop down to create a horizontal liftplane.
It can then be folded down further to create an anti-aircraft wing.
This can then retract and drop vertically into the tail, where it can be used to drop a laser or a radar.
This wing has a range of 25 km.
Next, there are two main airframes: a main wing and a tail.
The main wing is a single-wing structure that can be folded up and folded down into a horizontal wing that is able to land vertically or roll horizontally.
The tail is the other half of the wing that folds vertically to form an anti aircraft tail.
Both of these airframes have an effective range of 75 km.
These airframes also share a few common features: they are both powered by the same engine, and they are all built in India.
They are all made in India, meaning that if they fail, they could easily be repaired by another country.
The aircraft also shares a common structural element: the wing.
The wing is made up of two sections, one with a central portion, and a lower portion, or spar, that is attached to the wing’s lower fuselage.
This spar is then attached to a second spar, which sits on top of the central portion.
The airframe then is assembled in this spar.
The A330M2 also shares this structural element.
It’s a two-wing, two-plane aircraft, which means it’s also powered by a single engine.
The two-part wing has two spar sections and the central section.
The central section is attached via a central strut.
The lower section is then connected to a third spar.
The third spar is attached at the trailing edge of the second spar section.
The design is simple: a central spar and lower section are attached to an outer spar section that sits on the wing and is attached by a central bolt.
The outer spar has a small fuel tank, and the fuel tank is attached through a central spacer.
The third spar section has a fuel tank attached to it.
The fuel tank sits on a central element that sits atop a central column.
The column is attached using a central anchor bolt.
The fuselage is constructed out of several composite components.
The fuselage consists of the main wing, tail and central spar section, as well as two smaller wing and tail sections.
The A330 is also equipped with two fuel tanks attached to each wing section.
These fuel tanks sit atop two other fuel tanks, which are attached at their trailing edges.
The engine is mounted on the tail section.
This section is connected to the main engine section by a pair of vertical stabilizers.
The stabilizers also act as fuel injectors for the engines.
The engine is powered by one of two combustion chambers located in the tail.
One chamber uses compressed air and the other is powered with liquid nitrogen.
The main engine is located in front of the fuselage and has an intake manifold on its nose.
The intake manifold sits at the tip of the tail and is connected via a fuel injector to the fuel tanks at the leading edge of each wing and to the air intakes on the wings.
The landing gear, which connects to the engine via a pair the fuel injecters, sits at an angle to the fuselages.
This gear also connects to a pair fuel injectators on the rear wing and fuel injecter on the main fuselage, which connect to a fuel line on the right side of the landing gear.
The wing is connected directly to the left wing.
There is an additional wing section, called the trailing section, that connects to an engine-mounted propane tank.
The propane tanks sit on the trailing edges of the leading and trailing edges and are connected via fuel lines on the upper and lower edges.
This propane system, which was not previously available to the Indian military,