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Northrop, Oceaneering, Made in Space to Build On-Orbit 3D Printer With Robotic Arm

deep spaceTYSONS CORNER, VA, February 25, 2016 — Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC) currently works with Oceaneering Space Systems and Made in Space to build a 3D printer with a robotic arm that will work to manufacture space systems on orbit, ExecutiveBiz reported Wednesday.

Space News reported Tuesday Northrop will provide software, systems engineering, control electronics and space station interface support for the Archinaut project, while Oceaneering will provide the robotic arm to be integrated with Made in Space’s 3D printer.

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