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CisLunar Industries Issued Patent for Innovative Space Foundry

CisLunar’s Modular Space Foundry. Credit: CisLunar Industries

Ibadan, 1 May 2023. – CisLunar Industries has received a patent for its Space Foundry from the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) on April 25, 2023, under the number 11,634,241. As a result, the patent grants CisLunar Industries the exclusive rights to use and license the technology covered by the patent for a period of 19 years. This provides the company with a significant competitive advantage in the marketplace and positions it for continued success in the future.

The CisLunar Industries’ Modular Space Foundry (MSF) is a piece of technology for in-space metal processing and contactless manipulation. As a result, the patented invention represents a significant milestone for the company and reinforces its goal to become a leader in the Space industry. Furthermore, the patent reinforces the company’s commitment to innovation and its role as an enabler of a sustainable space economy.

“We are glad to receive this patent and believe it is a testament to the hard work and innovation of our team,” said CisLunar Industries’ CEO Gary Calnan. “This is a major achievement for our company and will allow us to continue to provide our customers with cutting-edge solutions that meet all our needs to collaboratively build the in-space manufacturing ecosystem today.”

Similarly, Joe Pawelski, CTO, said, “We are excited about the possibilities that this patent opens up for our company. We look forward to leveraging this technology to create new products and services that will drive growth and help us meet the evolving needs of our customers and the in-space economy.”

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