On October 29, 2015, aerospace company Made in Space, announced a partnership with Lowe’s Innovation Labs to become the first to launch a commercial 3D printer into space. Jacksonville based law firm GILLIS WAY & CAMPBELL is proud to support their client Made in Space with legal representation for this new joint venture.

The Made in Space 3D printer will be the first permanent additive manufacturing facility for the International Space Station (ISS) and will bring tools and technology to astronauts in space.

Supporting space exploration and paving a way for astronauts to make their own tools in space translates to business growth and better technologies here on Earth.

To learn more about this project please visit www.madeinspace.com.

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Lowe's Innovation Labs

Kyle Nel, executive director, Lowe’s Innovation Labs, left, and Jason Dunn, CTO and co-founder, Made in Space, examine a 3D printer in a mock-up of the International Space Station (ISS) in New York on Wednesday, October 28, 2015. Lowe’s Innovation Labs, the disruptive innovation hub of Lowe’s Companies, Inc., has partnered with aerospace company Made in Space, to become the first to launch a commercial 3D printer to space. The printer, the first permanent additive manufacturing facility for the ISS, will bring tools and technology to astronauts in space.(Jim Sulley/Newscast Creative)

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About Made in Space

Made In Space, Inc. (MIS) was founded in 2010 as the world’s first space manufacturing company. MIS was contracted by NASA to design, build, and operate the 3D Printing In Zero-G Experiment (3D Print) on the International Space Station (ISS) in 2014. 3D Print became the first machine to manufacture off-Earth. Controlled from a mission operations center at MIS HQ in the NASA Ames Research Park, the device allows for hardware to be digitally sent to space and printed out. By the end of 2015 the company will launch a new 3D printer, the Additive Manufacturing Facility (AMF), to provide hardware manufacturing services to both NASA and the U.S. National Laboratory onboard the ISS. As the first commercially available manufacturing service in space, the AMF will put the capability of off-world manufacturing in the hands of space developers everywhere.

About GILLIS WAY & CAMPBELL

GILLIS WAY & CAMPBELL practices in the areas of business & corporate law and litigation & trial practice. With offices in Jacksonville, Tallahassee & Ponte Vedra, the firm’s core philosophy is that clients shouldn’t need to make tradeoffs or compromises, sacrificing one thing for another. Instead, the firm leverages the collective power of its experienced attorneys – the collective power of &.