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(Phys Org2)   3-D printed 'space fabric' weaves fashion and engineering but still isn't a cool as all your ink   ( phys.org) divider line
    More: Obvious, additive manufacturing, NASA, Textile, additive manufacturing deposits, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Function, traditional manufacturing techniques, small silver squares  
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2017-04-19 12:53:32 PM  
I'm sure I've seen that stuff on Star Trek... This is similar, but I seem to remember something closer.

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2017-04-19 03:58:44 PM  
Congratulations.  You've invented a new way to make scale armor, a 3,000 year old technology.
 
2017-04-19 07:15:45 PM  

dittybopper: Congratulations.  You've invented a new way to make scale armor, a 3,000 year old technology.


Will it help ME to live 3000 years?
 
2017-04-19 09:21:31 PM  

Tr0mBoNe: I'm sure I've seen that stuff on Star Trek... This is similar, but I seem to remember something closer.

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A little body envy there?

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2017-04-19 10:16:51 PM  

Fano: dittybopper: Congratulations.  You've invented a new way to make scale armor, a 3,000 year old technology.

Will it help ME to live 3000 years?


Well, I don't know if it will still be a state in 3000 years.  Probably not, as all democracies fail eventually*.  But I guarantee you that the geographic location that we currently call Maine will still be around for at least another 3000 years.


*In fact, all forms of government eventually fail.
 
2017-04-19 11:19:44 PM  
What's the mass per sq meter versus presently launched technology?
 
2017-04-20 01:31:59 PM  
Form and function, who would have thought, subby?

/ phys.org huh, this the EU's answer to ScientificAmerican.com?
 
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