3D-printed cone by the University of Alaska. | University of Alaska

NASA's 3D-Printed Habitat Challenge Awards $100K to Two Teams

By setting up competitions, NASA hopes to attract "citizen inventors" from diverse backgrounds to develop 3D-printing technologies for space exploration.

Published On 05/12/2017
11:04 AM EDT
This cone was 3D-printed by the Foster + Partners Branch Technology team for the Level 2, Phase 1 Compression Test Competition of NASA's 3D-Printed Habitat Competition. Foster + Partners scored the most points for this stage, and was awarded $85,930. | Foster + Stearns Branch Technology