Launching into Space with 3D Printing
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MakerBot - Launching into Space with 3D Printing & the James Webb Telescope
With the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) arriving to its destination in just a few days, we wanted to take a step back in time 10 years ago when MakerBot first played a role in the development of this Telescope, working closely with Lockheed Martin and NASA.
Over the past decade we have partnered with NASA and Lockheed Martin to drive innovation in aerospace using MakerBot printers. Learn more about our work on the James Webb Space Telescope, the SPIDER Project, and a new autonomous lunar rover with Project Artemis”
Want to hear more? Join our live webinar January 26, 2022 at 1:00pm ET where we’ll be getting an up close look at how 3D prints were used for crucial phases of the telescope’s development and how 3D printing has changed in space exploration over the last 10 years.
Register Now at https://bit.ly/33q743T
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