The primary benefit of this effort is a paradigm change in the manufacturing process of small spacecraft with a print-on-demand capability. These techniques potentially allow the use of new materials with advantages in strength, weight and radiation protection. They also provide significantly reduced expense of spacecraft manufacturing by eliminating re-tooling costs, reducing non-recurring engineering costs and streamlining the space qualification process of new satellites. The results from this work will provide a best practices guide for choosing different materials to print an entire CubeSat including the development of complex integrated components. This work benefits multiple organizations.