Monthly Archives: August 2014

3D-Printed Rocket Engine Fires Up

Aerojet Rocketdyne has built and successfully hot-fire tested an entire 3D-printed rocket engine. The Baby Bantam demonstration engine was made entirely with additive manufacturing, which reduced part count from dozens of components to only three. Total design and manufacturing times

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3D Printing Needs to Open Up

As the 3D printing industry begins a steady shift toward end-production parts manufacturing, some of the prototyping-based models it has operated on for 30 years must change. Renaissance Services is actively prototyping 3D printing manufacturing processes. Read More