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Wednesday, August 12, 2015

3D Printing in Space

3D Printing in the Vacuum of Space Now Possible from Made In Space

Michael Molitch-Hou | August 10, 2015

At the end of last year, Made In Space made what was a huge achievement for 3D printing in space by sending their Zero G 3D printer, capable of 3D printing without gravity, to the International Space Station.  There, it has 3D printed numerous components, including a now famous wrench and twenty-three other prints that have since returned to Earth for lab analysis.

<more at; related links: (Space Grade 3D Filament) and (3D printing in the vacuum of outer space. August 11, 2015)>

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