3D Printing for Interplanetary Colonization with SpaceX

How to reduce the epic adventure of SpaceX into just a few paragraphs. One might think that focusing on 3D printing might do it, but not really: the company has…

The NASA BioFabrication Facility Launches Today: Will Use Microgravity to Grow Heart Tissue in Space

“We choose to go to the Moon!” We have heard that quite a lot over the last few weeks, along with celebrations in the United States and press coverage all…

First Time 3D Printing User Creates Highly Detailed Models of SpaceX Rockets with Form 2 3D Printer

These days, it seems like nearly every part and component found on a rocket bound for space is 3D printed, from the thrust chamber assembly of an engine and rocket engine…

The Dragon Can Hover: SpaceX and Their 3D Printed SuperDraco Thrusters Take the Next Step Towards Propulsive Landing

It takes a lot of work to launch something into space, but it takes just as much, if not more, work to bring it back down to the ground again….

What’s In the Box? NASA Unboxes the First Objects 3D Printed in Space

“What’s in the box? What’s in the box?” – Brad Pitt as David Mills from the movie Se7en (1995) When the engineers at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville,…

SpaceX’s Dragon Returns to Earth with 3D Printed Objects Made on the ISS

On January 10th, the Dragon launched into the sky. After 29 operational days, it plunged back to Earth, landing with a splash last night. The Dragon in question, of course,…

10 Recent Ways 3D Printing is Changing the World – Fall 2014 Edition

“And in today already walks tomorrow.” – Samuel Taylor Coleridge One of the most exciting aspects of the additive manufacturing industry is that right now it has nowhere to go…


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