Design Composite's backlit clear-PEP® panel is part of ROSIE, a simulated lunar habitat at the Institute on Rosenberg.
Translucency, light-diffusing effects, light weight and
very good stiffness convinced SAGA space architects to use it in the interior.
Illuminated or backlit, clear-PEP® creates attractive light effects due to the transparent honeycomb structure in its core.
clear-PEP® is easy to process and is available in a wide range of variations.
The ROSIE habitat is currently the tallest 3D printed polymer structure in the world. It is used to explore lunar habitats including airlocks, climate control, user interfaces and robotic support. ROSIE will be explored over the next 10 years by small crews of students and astronauts to gain further insight for lunar colonization.
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