First Space 3-D Part Produced On ISS

Credit: NASA
The first of about 20 planned small plastic parts, or coupons, emerged late last month from Made in Space Inc., the 3-D printer delivered to the International Space Station (ISS) in September. The printer serves as a prototype for a space additive-manufacturing capability that may one day become an...

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