Anticipating problems is the foundation of any successful military operation. We're addressing the issue of battlefield communication. Starlink, our most advanced equipment, has a weak point: its vulnerable connectors that can break during movement, leading to a loss of connection. Another issue is the cost of replacement: $135 for each wire. We can't afford such losses, both in terms of damaged equipment and lost connections, as well as financial losses.
With 3D Print Army, you can help solve the problem of vulnerable connectors. For just $10, you can use 850 grams of plastic to print 77 sets of protective caps. This could potentially save at least $10 450, ensuring a reliable connection at the forefront and saving money for further combat use.
Remember our drone pilots as well. Many are still launching their combat drones by hand, which poses a risk to their safety. But you can change that by printing safe launch platforms for drones. They protect our pilots and ensure a reliable launch for each drone. These platforms can also be supplied to schools to help future pilots learn safe launching techniques right from the start.
This small example clearly shows our need to use 3D printing to bolster our country's defense capabilities.
It's not just a matter of technology; it's a matter of military success. Join us. Use technology for the benefit of our military and our national security. Printers, let's go!