Jason Dunn founded Made In Space in 2010. With a core focus on space manufacturing, the company has since built, flown, and operated the first and second 3-D printers in space. Installed on the International Space Station (ISS), the first Made In Space Zero-Gravity 3-D printer began space manufacturing in November 2014. The company operates the second-generation 3-D printer on the ISS, called the Additive Manufacturing Facility, enabling groups across the planet to have hardware manufactured in space. Made In Space is working with NASA to develop the Archinaut Program to enable in-space robotic manufacturing and assembly of large space structures. As chief technology officer, Dunn oversees deployment of the founding vision into the technical path of the projects, as well as development of the technology roadmap for the company. Dunn holds two degrees in aerospace engineering from the University of Central Florida, has studied at the Singularity University Graduate Summer Program, and is an internationally recognized speaker on the topics of space exploration, advanced manufacturing and the theory of disruption.