Additive Manufacturing To Get Space Station Checkout

NASA is preparing to test space-rated 3D printing technology on the International Space Station (ISS), as it works toward the day when deep-space crews can build parts and tools as needed and recycle them as additive-manufacturing (AM) feed stock when they are no longer needed. The next SpaceX...

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