THE ‘DOCTOR’S BAG OF THE FUTURE’ COULD BE A 3-D PRINTER
“Hand injuries are common in astronauts. When they’re in zero gravity, their hands and arms operate like their legs and feet since they grip and pull themselves from place to place rather than walking. Mallet finger injuries, which involve the tendon that straightens the end joint of fingers and thumbs, are the most common.”(CNN)
3D Printing is more important than what we think and the use of it in Space is even more valuable.