A challenge has been made to K-12 students to engineer and design a tool to be used in space on board the ISS. The Future Engineers program has challenged students to the 3D Printing in Space challenge. Students are required to design a tool to be used by astronauts on the International Space Station by making a 3D model that they will use to print on the International Space Station.
Entries for the contest are due by December 15th and the winners will be announce on January 30th.
If you are interested in the 3D Printing in Space Challenge and would like to read more visit the contests website at: