How would you like to 3D-print something aboard the space station?

Enterprise In Space, an international initiative of the non­profit National Space Society, is teaming with the Kepler Space Institute and tech firms like Made In Space, 3D Hubs, Sketchfab and Prairie Nanotechnology to present Print the Future, a contest that will allow student teams the chance to have something 3D-printed aboard the International Space Station.

The competition is looking for designs that will “drive forward innovation of in-space manufacturing and NewSpace technologies.” The team with the best design will have its model 3D-printed aboard the ISS and returned to Earth for further study.

To enter, visit the Print the Future page for details and competition rules.

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