Using Additive Manufacturing to Reduce the Cost of Instrument Development

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Additive Manufacturing (AM), commonly known as 3D printing, is widely used in the commercial sector for the manufacture of consumer goods, high performance parts for custom applications, and aerospace parts.[HTML_REMOVED] Goddard Space Flight Center has used AM only sparingly.[HTML_REMOVED] For AM to be used effectively a new design, manufacture, and testing process is needed that will reduce scientific instrument development costs, exploit the inherent advantages of AM while accommodating the disadvantages.

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