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Mitsubishi creates 3D printer resin that hardens in space using sunlight










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Credit: Mitsubishi Electric

Mitsubishi Electric has developed a liquid resin that is formulated to remain stable in the vacuum of space and harden into a spacecraft satellite dish when exposed to ultraviolet light emitted by the Sun. The technology was developed for 3D printing in orbit and because it uses sunlight to…

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