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Transforming Human Exploration Methods

Innovative Multi-Purpose Design

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We Are Recruiting Partners For International Research and Development Collaborations

Introducing

Additive Manufacturing Technology For In-Situ Manufacturing In Extreme Environments on Earth and Space

Sustainable Design

We provide exceptional value through our commitment to sustainable design and the use of advanced local materials for preparing feedstock.  Our printers operate with harsh environments in mind and are crafted to withstand temperature extremes and function using solar power energy to meet the requirements of manufacturing under various environmental constraints.

Lunar Applications

Our technology is designed for ambitious uses in lunar terrains, using laser powder bed fusion to melt lunar regolith into useful geometries for supplies and infrastructure development using in-situ resource utilization.  With numerous applications for Artemis and private commercial missions, Space Copy will provide the backbone of our future lunar economy.

Novel Technology

Our team has developed high quality standards for integrating a series of novel characterization, processing, and manufacturing technologies into one compact device that functions as both a 3D printer and testing lab, all in one.  Our key features involve using an artificial intelligence operating system to determine parameters and analyze internal and external constraints.

Terrestrial Applications

Space Copy has useful applications for manufacturing critical supplies and infrastructure on Earth for military, defense, and repairing infrastructure from natural disasters.  Our technology is able to function in temperature extremes, making it suitable for multi-terrain use in a variety of climates and remote environments.

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Arctic | Desert | Subsea
Microgravity | Moon | Mars

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Building Infrastructure
For The Future

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VISION

Changing Earth to Moon Supply Mission Strategy

The cost of traveling from Earth to the Moon's surface is rather significant; it would be an extreme waste of both money and resources to wait for supply missions to sustain permenant habitation.  Space Copy aims to reduce these costs by providing in-situ lunar manufacturing.

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Problem → Solution

Space Copy is the first multi-purpose interplanetary manufacturing device that combines lunar regolith sampling, spectral data analysis, and 3D printing into one mechanism. Space Copy works to reduce the costs of frequent payload service missions, and well as reduce the amount of pollution and debris emitted by continuous resupply missions sent to the lunar surface to sustain long-term human presence by providing an in-situ resource utilization technology to be used directly on the Moon and Mars to create supplies needed to sustain human life. 

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Introducing A New Technology For In-Situ Resource Utilization

Space Copy is the first multi-purpose device that combines lunar regolith sampling, data analysis, and 3D printing into one mechanism. Space Copy works to reduce the costs of frequent payload service missions, and well as reduce the amount of pollution and debris emitted by continuous resupply missions sent to the lunar surface to sustain long-term human presence. Space Copy can provide an innovative solution to the aerospace industry's greatest challenges in a reliable and efficient manner.

Rapid Infrastructure Development For Extreme Environments

Key Features

INNOVATIVE

DIVERSE CONNECTIVIITY

COST SAVING

ON-DEMAND

Servicing
Terrestrial Combat Zones
Natural Disaster Response Areas
Construction
Robotics
Lunar Economies
Since 2022

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What Our Supporters Say

“What Space Copy is trying to achieve is astounding.  This is the type of innovation that investors in the space-tech market have been looking for.”

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Contact Us

Headquarters:

Edmonton, Canada

Delaware, US

California, US

Madison.Feehan@spacecopy.com

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