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The hatch on the Apollo 11 command module Columbia is super complex and basically irresistible if you’re into solving mechanical puzzles – so much so that master builders Adam Savage and Jen Schachter wanted to recreate it with the help of a few dozen friends. In the latest episode of @airspacepodcast , we talk to the team behind the #projectegress build, including @therealadamsavage , @schac_attack , and Meg Dattoria from @smithsonian3d. They brought together 44 artists and engineers from across the country to fabricate individual components of the hatch using 3D-scan data from the Smithsonian’s Digitization Program Office. Then Adam and team assembled it live at the Museum in DC during the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11. On this episode we hear what happens when lasers, power tools, and a live studio audience (safely) collide! Listen on your favorite podcast app, or visit the link in our bio. . . . #apollo11 #apollo50 #makerspace #makersmovement #makermovement #maker #masterbuilder #3dscan #3dprinter #adamsavage #savagebuilds #airandspace

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