3D Printing & Imaging
Interview With Made In Space: the 3D Printer For The Space Station

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The first 3D printer in space is headed to the international space station soon.  We got a chance to talk to some of the Made In Space team about their 3d printer and the challenges they faced at the 3Dprintshow in London a couple weeks ago.

We’ve been eagerly anticipating updates since President Obama discussed 3d printing in space at the White House Maker Faire.


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