Maker Faire Bay Area 2014

How 3D Printing in Space Will Change Space Development

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Later this year Made In Space, in coordination with NASA, is launching the first 3D printer, specifically constructed for use in space, to the International Space Station.
In 2015 our second printer will be sent to the ISS as a permanent additive manufacturing facility. This printer will be available not only to NASA and the astronauts, but also to businesses, academics, researchers and artists - essentially everyone on Earth will have the possibility to email their hardware to space. 3D printing on-site in space will change the course of space development - from small tools to future large structures and colonization.

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Aaron Kemmer — CEO

Made In Space, Inc.

Serial entrepreneur Aaron Kemmer co-founded Made In Space in 2010 with the goal of enabling humanity's future in space. Aaronu2019s belief is that 3D printing and in-space manufacturing will dramatically alter the way we handle space exploration, commercialization and mission design today and in the future.