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Students from Northwest Nazarene University and Caldwell High School have designed a 3D printed CubeSat which will assist Made In Space and NASA in their research activities. more

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Made In Space has completed its three-part project focused on the additive manufacturing of radiation shields. more

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Made In Space successfully manufactures extended 3D printed objects in a space-like environment. more

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West Virginia University (WVU) has received grant amounting to $100,000 from NASA to support the education institute in its research and technology development aboard the International Space Station (ISS). more

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Made In Space has revealed it has begun using PEI/PC, a high-performance polymer, in its Additive Manufacturing Facility (AMF) on the International Space Station (ISS). The company's Archinaut technology will also benefit. more

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Solvay has been providing OPM with highly innovative AM lightweighting products. The partnership has allowed OPM to accelerate the development and manufacture of components for its ambitious low-Earth orbit aerospace project at Boeing. more

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3D4MD finger splint

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3D4MD has delivered a ‘ground-breaking’ concept which will see 3D printers used on the International Space Station to help treat any injuries astronauts may suffer. The company successfully printed two mallet finger splint models last month. more

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Made in Space Zero-G 3D printer

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Together, the companies have been working out the logistical elements of in-space manufacturing, outfitting the in-space factory with equipment, utilities, power and thermal management to answer customers’ growing demand. more

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Boeing CST-100 Starliner

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Advanced materials and additive manufacturing company, Oxford Performance Materials has been selected by The Boeing Company to manufacture 3D-printed structures for the Boeing CST-100 Starliner spacecraft. more

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Eyal Gever

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The #Laugh app, that will result in the first piece of art to be created in outer space when it is 3D-printed on the International Space Station, has launched today. Users around the world can submit their laughter which will be created in February. more

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Scientists at the University of Birmingham have developed a 3D metal printer that can function in zero gravity, helping to advance the way space missions are carried out and reducing cost in the meantime. more

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