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Europe joins the quest to create space-faring 3D printers

The European Space Agency (ESA) has recently announced that it will be diving headlong into the quest for 3D printers capable of printing in zero gravity. Dubbed the largest collaborative 3D printing initiative in existence, the project is called AMAZE, and if successful it certainly will.AMAZE is short for "Additive Manufacturing Aiming Towards Zero Waste and Efficient Production of High-Tech Metal Products," which is a bit of a long and meandering title. That's fairly appropriate, seeing as AMAZE isn't really your straightforward 3D printing project. Together with 28 industrial partners, the ESA is aiming to create both a small, metal-printing

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23 Oct
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