After completing rigorous testing procedures in November this year, NASA, the premier space agency under the U.S. Federal Government, demonstrated that two 3D printed rocket engine components namely, a copper alloy combustion chamber and nozzle made of a high-strength hydrogen resistant alloy, have survived 23 hot-fire tests. The components had to undergo extreme combustion environments that traditionally manufactured metal structures experience in flight.
Redwire’s Ceramic Manufacturing Module Successfully 3D Prints Turbine Blisk in Space
Relativity Space, the privately funded aerospace manufacturer, announced the raising of a new $500 million Series D funding round at a valuation above $2 billion from top tier blue chip investors. The funding will help the company to accelerate the 3D printed rocket production.
Essentium Signs Contract with U.S. Air Force to Deploy Advanced Additive Manufacturing Solutions
ICON Receives NASA Funding to Develop 3D Printed Moon Infrastructure
Burloak Technologies announced a five-year agreement to partner with MDA for developing and implementing additive manufacturing in space applications.
BAE Systems Installs Fourth Stratasys F900 3D Printer to Support Factory of the Future Initiative
Redwire Announces Acquisition of Made In Space - an Enabler of On-orbit Space Manufacturing
VELO3D Receives $20M Order from existing Aerospace Customer for Production Metal AM Printers
VELO3D, the digital manufacturing innovator, announced that it has received its largest order till date worth $20M for its metal Additive Manufacturing (AM) printers from an existing aerospace customer.