MADE IN SPACE, INC., a venture from SU’s 2010 Graduate Studies Program, is dedicated to enabling additive manufacturing in space. MADE IN SPACE has partnered with NASA to send customized 3D printers to the International Space Station, with the first printer scheduled to arrive in the latter half of 2014. Their Unique Innovation Lab has completed over 20,000 hours of printer testing, including multiple rounds of microgravity test flights. The advantages of 3D printing include limited material waste, the ability to build complex geometries, immediate production time and minimal human involvement. MADE IN SPACE hopes to revolutionize the way we currently look at space exploration, commercialization and mission design.
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