ESA to develop metal additive manufacturing processes

The European Space Agency is undertaking a five year project to develop 3D printing in metals, which could mean the ability to one day print components in space.

Could this be the start of the 'replicator' from Star Trek? And where else could benefit from such technology? The AMAZE project hopes to benefit a host of sectors from medical to defence and obviously aerospace.


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