When we met Jason Dunn, co-founder of Made In Space, the 3D printer designed by a group of visionary engineers and entrepreneurs, it had recently been installed in the International Space Station. Just recently he produced a wrench. It’s the first time in history that an object was made in space. The first to celebrate is Commander Barry Wilmore. Never before had a missing tool been available so quickly. When the request from the ISS arrived, the Made In Space team designed the tool in CAD and sent the file via email. In the past, months would have passed between the order and delivery. This is what the future holds!