Additive manufacturing is rapidly transforming the way space companies produce complex and costly parts such as rocket engines. Now low-cost launch startup company Relativity Space is making use of the technology to a whole new level as it accelerates development of its 3D-printed Terran 1 small satellite launch vehicle. Relativity is introducing what it believes will be the industry’s largest and most capable metal additive manufacturing machine to augment the company’s first ...

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