Dr. Robert Hoyt (left, holding a roll of the 3D printer filament) talks with Dr. Rachel Muhlbauer in an area of the lab where they have been photographing component parts of TUI’s Positrusion Recycler for the International Space Station. The recycler turns plastic waste into 3D printer filament that can be used to create needed replacement parts for repairs conducted in space.

‘Sporks in space’: Bothell firm brings recycling to final frontier

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