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ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING REQUIREMENTS FOR SPACEFLIGHT SYSTEMS

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NASA-STD-6030
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OCE - Office of the Chief Engineer
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6000 - Materials and Processes, Parts
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This NASA Technical Standard is directed toward additive manufacturing (AM) processes used in the design, fabrication, and testing of space program flight hardware for NASA, including, but not limited to, crewed, non-crewed, robotic, launch vehicle, lander, and spacecraft program/project hardware elements. All crewed spaceflight hardware is covered by the requirements of this document, including vendor-designed, off-the-shelf, and vendor-furnished items. Guidance and recommendations for tailoring this NASA Technical Standard for NASA non-crewed missions, such as robotic missions (spacecraft and launch vehicles), are provided in Appendix B. This NASA Technical Standard is also intended to cover in-space AM operations; however, significant tailoring of these requirements is expected.
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Sarah
OPRD Last Name
Luna
OPRD Center
JSC
OPRD Organization Code
ES411
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sarah.luna@nasa.gov
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Brenda K Bailey
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brenda.k.bailey@nasa.gov

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