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Project Meeka – How to print a house on the moon

Michael McLaren

Michael is joined by Dr Ahmed Mahil, Co-founder and chief executive of Luyten – 3D printing technology company, who have signed an historic Memorandum of Understanding with the University of New South Wales to fast-track development and delivery of 3D printing technology to build structures on the moon.

 

Luyten’s cutting-edge 3D printing and additive technologies have become a world-wide success story as companies across the globe scramble to purchase its printers.  In response to global demand, Luyten is now expanding the scope of its technology use to moon building.

 

“When we developed our groundbreaking 3D concrete printers, we thought we would be solving building and construction issues across the world – but with discussions currently taking place with people across the space industry we are now looking at solving building and construction issues on the moon,” says Dr Mahil.

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