Aerospace firms will soon be testing robots, called SpiderFab, to see whether they can be used to 3D print satellites and structures in space.
The Enterprise In Space program has launched a contest called Print the Future, offering the chance to have your designs 3D printed in space.
Get your ass to the Mojave Desert. Mars City Design is working on concepts for a self-sustaining Mars colony, including 3D printed homes.
A Singapore start-up company is the first in the world to use 3D printed fuel, combining two materials, to launch a self-made rocket in Australia.
It could be that soon humans will live in 3D printed houses on the moon – at least that's one professor's dream anyway.
Recognized cyborg believes future humans will be able to 3D print themselves in space to travel the universe. Is 3D Printed Human space travel scifi or the future?
NASA contractor Techshot tests 3D printing in zero gravity. What did they print? Oh, just a heart structure. What's next? A beating heart.
3D Printing in space just got cooler with the ISS's first commercial 3D Printer and the start of the “first hardware store in space."
Astronauts on a deep space mission to Mars won't have to forfeit all their favorite snacks; behold the 3D printed pizza commissioned by NASA.
NASA funds initiative to use 3D printers in space to mine and fly asteroids. This is why we love NASA.
Polish students are building a planetary rover with 3D printed parts, specially designed to explore the bumpy terrain of the planet Mars.
The European Space Agency has been testing a prototype 3D printed antenna, designed for future mega-constellation small satellite platforms.
If you've ever wondered how astronauts drink their coffee, check out this 3D printed coffee brewing device which has been created to help drink in space.
A NASA team moved one step closer to building a completely 3D printed, high performance rocket engine.
Russia and the EU are planning to build a permanent lunar base together. The goal is to erect a 3D printed habitat, so astronauts can find water on the dark side of the moon.
These are the first extraterrestrial prints ever: NASA printed 14 different designs and built a total of 21 items plus some calibration coupons. Now they are back on earth... Read more here!
NASA started with manufacturing small parts for its vehicles but soon transitioned into methods of use that could help put a human on Mars.