Made In Space, a Silicon Valley startup that has worked with NASA to flight test additive manufacturing on the International Space Station, has produced test coupons in a vacuum chamber using 3D printing techniques it hopes to use someday to manufacture large structures in space that could not be made on the ground. The company built a small vacuum chamber at its Mountain View, California, facility and used hardware modified from a commercial 3D space printer it is developing to manufacture ...

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