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RMI Breaks Concrete at NASA Facility

Sep 29

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In New Orleans, LA, RMI had a remarkable experience at the Michoud Assembly Facility. At 12" thick, Resonant Machines tackles the concrete pavement with ease, while providing exceptional material that was efficiently removed and recycled. Michoud is a world-class manufacturing facility that provides hardware and support to NASA exploration and discovery missions. 

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