Understanding microporous morphology
For aeronautics, the barrier to entry is high due to regulations, but lightweight 3D printing will play an important role. Every gram matters when you’re trying to get an airplane in the air.
— Jeff Cernohous, Infinite
Lightweight, breathable, and compliant microporous foams should have a tremendous impact in creating truly custom, comfortable prosthetics.
— Brandon Cernohous, Infinite
Resupplying from Earth is cost and time prohibitive.
— Niki Werkheiser, NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center
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