3D Printing in Space

3D Printing Scrapbook: Additive Manufacturing On The Moon

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Source: GizaDeathStar.com Dr. Joseph P. Farrell Ph.D. April 21, 2017 A few weeks ago I blogged about the possibilities of additive manufacturing, or 3D printing, for the construction of permanent buildings and dwellings on the Moon and Mars, utilizing the actual “Moon dust” and “Mars dust” found on the surface of those planets. For those […]

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3D print of Defender Class Cruiser

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3D print of Defender Class Cruiser


3D Printing is my Passion. I always like to see if somebody has any creative imagination.

I always try to find out more about 3D printing. This post i liked it so i would like to share with our followers.

A few months ago I put up a post on the subject of 3D printing couple of photos, that post can be found HERE. Well I’ve now finished painting it and thought I’d put up another couple of pictures a long with a picture of the original computer model that that was used to create […]

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The future of Mars will be 3D

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The future of Mars will be 3D

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Growing up in Jakarta’s polluted slums, Vera Mulyani loved building things. As a child, she dreamed of becoming an architect. More than two decades later, Mulyani is a self-proclaimed “Marschitect,” and spends her time brainstorming how human life might be sustained on the red planet. After studying at École d’Architecture de Nantes in France and […]

via The future of Mars will be 3D-printed in the Mojave Desert — Quartz

3D Printing in Space: A Thermoplastic for Additive Manufacturing from Stratasys

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3D  Printing in Space: A Thermoplastic for Additive Manufacturing from Stratasys

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Equipment used in space encounters extreme environment, for example, large temperature changes in short periods of time, extreme radiations, and so on.  One problem encountered in space is rapid build-up of electrostatic charge.  To address such conditions, Stratasys Advanced Materials has developed ESD PEKK, a thermoplastic for additive manufacturing that has electrostatic dissipative (ESD) qualities.  The ESD properties combined with excellent mechanical and thermal properties makes ESD PEKK suitable for advanced electronics applications, for example, for use in space.

 

Stratasys Blog of ESD PEKK 3D Printing

 

White Paper: Manufacturing with ESD PEKK