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ISS Commander Barry “Butch” Wilmore holds up the ratcheting socket wrench on the space station right after we 3D-printed it (Image Credit: NASA).
Ground prints of some of the objects that we just printed in space.
Made In Space’s Noah Paul-Gin designs the ratcheting socket wrench.
Made In Space’s Jason Lam and Mike Snyder command the ISS 3D-printing mission from the Made In Space offices.
A look inside the Huntsville Operations Support Center at the Marshall Space Flight Center. You can see the 3D printer on the screen (Image Credit: NASA).
The 3D printer installed in the Microgravity Science Glovebox on the Internatonal Space Station (Image Credit: NASA).
Butch reaches into the Microgravity Science Glovebox to operate the 3D printer (Image Credit: NASA).


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Mike Chen

Mike Chen

Founder, Made In Space/Bettir (YC W15).