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Copper3D and NASA explore new horizons

By July 6, 2019Press Release

The NASA Nebraska Space Grant is working with the University of Nebraska Omaha and Copper3D on a study of PLACTIVE.

“The use of this new antibacterial 3D printing technology has several potential applications,” said Daniel Martínez, Director of Innovation and Co-Founder of Copper3D. “Our main focus has been the development of antibacterial materials with applications in the field of Medicine and Rehabilitation, such as medical/surgical instruments, orthoses, prostheses, applications in the dental world, and healing of complex wounds. But now we want to go a step further and verify the potential of this technology in other types of challenges associated with the problems of the future of long-duration space missions.”

NASA Studying Antibacterial 3D Printing Filament For Use On Space Missions

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