Engadget features ESA Lunar 3D printed infrastructure project

Engadget recently ran a new story on our ESA and Fosters & Partners partnership for 3D printed space infrastructure. A new video of the process of construction is available through various internet portals, including at Engadget here,

For more information on our space applications, visit our page at: https://dshape.wordpress.com/applications/applications-space/

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