The Spare Parts Industry
Singularity University graduates in a program called “Made In Space” were able to put a 3D printer on the international space station to 3D print in zero gravity. Specifically, to print parts that technicians might need. David Roberts, core faculty at Singularity University, discusses how 3D printing is revolutionizing the spare parts industry.
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