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Additive Construction using Basalt Regolith Fines

Additive Construction using Basalt Regolith Fines

Planetary surfaces are often covered in regolith (crushed rock), whose geologic origin is largely basalt. The lunar surface is made of small-particulate regolith and areas of boulders located in the vicinity of craters. Regolith composition also varies with location, reflecting the local bedrock geology and the nature and efficiency of the micrometeorite-impact processes.

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Additive manufacturing industry got interested in fiber reinforced composites

Additive manufacturing industry got interested in fiber reinforced composites

Additive manufacturing industry seems to stand on the verge of a boom in fiber-reinforced composite 3D printing. Start-ups and well-established companies are vying to find their niches and differentiate themselves from peers. End users namely manufacturers may find it challenging to sift through the vast variety of equipment and alike technologies which have flooded the market.

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