The NFL’s advanced materials and packaging division will be in a hurry to bring its advanced materials expertise to the next level.
Head coach Jim Harbaugh said the league’s advanced manufacturing facilities will be fully operational in the next several months.
“The NFL’s Advanced Materials Division will be a big part of that,” Harbaugh said on the first day of the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis, where he and his staff spent the day assembling the first stage of the league-mandated uniform.
“We’ve got a lot of new guys that have been working with us.
I can’t even tell you the number of guys that were here.
We’re going to bring it to the field with us and it’s going to be there.”
The NFL will spend $200 million in new facilities and equipment over the next four years to build up its advanced manufacturing capabilities.
The league said the new facility will have the capability to build the league standard uniforms, which were developed with advanced materials.
The new facility is expected to be ready in early 2020.
The new facility also will bring the NFL’s production and distribution capabilities to a new level, Harbaugh said.
The NFL will begin working with suppliers for its jersey construction and will provide materials and guidance for the development of jersey manufacturing processes.
“We’ve made it clear that we are going to have a full-on, fully-fledged advanced manufacturing capability here in Indianapolis.
We are not going to slow down,” Harbaugh told reporters after his team was selected as the 2017 NFL champion.”
I’ve always said we are on the right track, but there’s going’t be a stop to that.”
The first stage will be the league and its apparel partners.
It will produce uniform prototypes that will be sent to Nike, Adidas and Under Armour, which will test them on the field.
Under Armour is one of the top-tier manufacturers in the world, but the NFL and its partners are not afraid to invest in their own factories.
The second stage will look at the technology that will make the NFL uniforms and will include a range of suppliers that will provide the league with raw materials, the NFL said.
The NFL and Nike, which are co-owners of the team, have been trying to come up with new ways to make the uniforms more durable.
Nike is making its new uniforms out of recycled fabric from old Nike-branded gear.
The third stage will take on the next step: developing the uniforms in-house.
The jerseys will be manufactured by the NFL Advanced Materials and Fabrication Department and the NFL will also produce the inside lining and lining fabric, according to the league.
The fourth stage will build on the materials that have already been developed by the Advanced Materials Group.
That includes the jersey construction, the lining, the inside construction, and the lining and collar, according the NFL.
The fifth stage will produce the uniforms that will go on the NFL sideline and the first-year players that will wear them.
The uniforms will also be used by other teams.
The sixth stage will continue to develop the jerseys and the materials and equipment that will enable the NFL to produce uniforms for all of its teams.
The sixth stage is the ultimate test of the advanced materials team, which includes Harbaugh, his assistants and a team of engineers.
The advanced materials group will be housed in a building in West Hollywood, California.
Harbaugh said they will begin their first day in Indianapolis today, but no timetable has been set for the building’s opening.