Advanced 3-D printed parts for NASA's Orion designed to hold up to extreme temperatures

More than 100 parts for U.S. space agency NASA's deep-space capsule Orion will be made by 3-D printers, using technology that experts say will eventually become key to efforts to send humans to Mars. U.S. defense contractor Lockheed Martin, 3-D printing specialist Stratasys, and engineering firm PADT have developed the parts using new materials that can withstand the extreme temperatures and chemical exposure of deep-space missions, Stratasys said Tuesday. "In space, for...

NASA's Orion crew capsule will have over 100 3D printed parts

It's not just revolutionary start-ups like Rocket Lab that are using 3D printing to create their rockets and spaceships. NASA's new crew capsule Orion will have over 100 3D ...

Wed 18 Apr 18 from Engadget

NASA's Orion capsule will contain over 100 3D-printed parts

More than 100 parts for NASA's deep-space capsule Orion will be made by 3D printers, using technology that experts say will eventually become key to efforts to send humans to Mars.

Tue 17 Apr 18 from Daily Mail

More than 100 parts for NASA's Orion capsule to be 3D printed

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - More than 100 parts for U.S. space agency NASA's deep-space capsule Orion will be made by 3D printers, using technology that experts say will eventually become key to efforts ...

Tue 17 Apr 18 from Reuters

More Than 100 Parts for NASA's Orion Capsule to Be 3-D Printed, Tue 17 Apr 18 from Voice of America

More than 100 parts for NASA's Orion capsule to be 3D printed, Wed 18 Apr 18 from The Hindu

NASA's Orion spacecraft will include 3D-printed parts - CNET

A partnership between Stratasys, Lockheed Martin and PADT is bringing 3D printing to a US-led manned spaceflight for the first time.

Tue 17 Apr 18 from CNET

NASA’s Orion spacecraft contains more than 100 3D printed parts

It probably goes without saying that 3D printing is going to be a mainstay for the next generation of spacecrafts. The technology has already made its way onto extra terrestrial objects, and ...

Tue 17 Apr 18 from TechCrunch

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