3d Printing Of Alive Fabrics Will Be Produced On The Iss

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Roskosmos is preparing to hold a unique experiment on the international space station on 3D printing of living fabrics.3d Printing Of Alive Fabrics Will Be Produced On The Iss
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According to the newspaper Izvestia, referring to Valentina Uvarov, a representative of the United Rocket and Space Corporation (Orcc), Roscosmos plans to conduct an experiment on 3D printing of live tissues on board the international space station.

It is noted that the experiment that received the cipher "Magnetic 3D-bioprinter" has already been approved by Russian scientists, and the next stage will be the coordination of the technical task and design documentation for scientific equipment, which will be used for the experiment on the ISS.

"Before the equipment falls on the ISS, a time-consuming and complex process of creating and terrestrial equipment workshops, including the development of the technique of conducting the experiment and training of the crew. The decision on the time of the experiment refers to the competence of Roscosmos and can be made after all necessary events that accompany the preparation and conduct of space experiments on the ISS "- quotes the newspaper Uvarova, the Director of the Department of Commercial Projects in the field of aerobatic cosmonautics and the study of the ORCC Outer Space.

RKK Energia, FSUE "TsNIIMASH", Center for the Training Center of the Cosmonauts will participate in the preparation and implementation of the experiment. Yu. But. Gagarina and Institute of Medical and Biological Problems of the Russian Academy of Sciences (ISBP).

RECALL THAT THE FIRST 3D PRINTER IN THE HISTORY OF COSMONAUTICS WAS DELIVERED TO THE ISS IN SEPTEMBER 2014. IN NOVEMBER OF THE SAME YEAR, NASA ASTRONAUT BARRY WILMORE TESTED THE PERFORMANCE OF A NEW 3D PRINTER MADE BY MADE IN SPACE. Printer Managed To Print The Item for Itself – The Front Panel Of The Extruder Case. This Experiment Was The First Case Of Using A 3D Printer In Outer Space. The first domestic 3D printer is planning to deliver to the ISS in 2018.

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