Teaming Up With NASA

We've joined Bechtel, Brick and Mortar Ventures and Bradley University to sponsor NASA's latest Centennial Challenge – the 3-D-Printed Habitat Challenge. Throughout the challenge, competitors have worked to develop technology capable of printing a habitat that could be used for deep space exploration. 

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Nasa's 3D Habitat Challenge Comes to Caterpillar: Proud Host of the Final Structure Print

Caterpillar is collaborating with NASA to help advance the construction technology needed to create sustainable housing solutions for Earth and beyond.

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A World of Possibilities with 3D-Printing

The challenge is all about finding innovative ways to design and print a habitat that could be used for deep space exploration, and these innovations may have applications on Earth too. 

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Construction Giants Team with NASA on Centennial Challenge

Caterpillar is working with Bechtel, Brick and Mortar Ventures and Bradley University to sponsor NASA’s latest Centennial Challenge—the 3D-Printed Habitat Challenge. 

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3D-Printed Habitat Challenge Ends, Innovation Continues

Caterpillar’s investment in NASA's 3D-Printed Habitat challenge is meant to advance innovation, find potential solutions for our customers and positively affect the construction industry.

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NASA's 3D Habitat Challenge Comes to Caterpillar

Caterpillar and NASA have collaborated for years, and we are proud to work with NASA on this next great challenge

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