29 January 2016 News

3D Printing Our Future in Space and on Earth

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Tommaso and his team have already come quite close to realising this goal with some mind blowing 3D printing results. What’s even more interesting is that this technology is not only made for space, but can also be used in other environments (TEDxESA).


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