3D Printing Hardware Supplies In SPAAAAACE

3D Printing Hardware Supplies In SPAAAAACE

Lowe's to send commercial 3D printer to International Space Station

Jeb Brack
  • 18 march 2016

It doesn’t get more Star Trek than this: a device to create the spare parts you need, when you need them, two hundred miles above the surface of the Earth. That’s the aim of Lowe’s Innovation Labs and Made In Space‘s project to send a 3D printer to the International Space Station this year, creating the station’s first on-site manufacturing facility.

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