In this episode of the SpaceGeeks podcast, Dan Leone talks to Andrew Rush: one-time space-patent lawyer and current president of Made In Space, which sent a working 3D printer to the International Space Station last year.

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The exhaustive Made In Space press kit, with everything you could ever want to know about the company (including great youtube clips of the founding four).

Dated, but hysterical, video of two Made In Space founders taking the ice bucket challenge with dry ice. Please, do not try this at home, or at all.

Andrew Rush’s old blog, IPinSpace. Dormant, but still worth a read.

ABS, or acrylonitrile butadiene styrene: Plastic feedstock for a 3D printer, among other things.

PEI, or polyetherimide: Another plastic feedstock for a 3D printer.

Dan Leone is a SpaceNews staff writer, covering NASA, NOAA and a growing number of entrepreneurial space companies. He earned a bachelor’s degree in public communications from the American University in Washington.