Relativity Space owns what could become a key patent for additive manufacturing.
Relativity Space revealed Terran R, their fully 3D printed reusable rocket.
Aerospace startup Relativity Space announced plans to develop a massive rocket booster that would be entirely 3D printed.
Rocket-maker Relativity Space is about to collect a whopping US$500M in a Series D raise.
Relativity Space has landed a major client, Lockheed.
Big news: rocket startup Relativity Space has signed a deal with their fifth launch client, Iridium.
Relativity Space is currently working on its first rocket, the Terran 1, 3D printed with its own robotic printer, the Stargate.
Relativity Space announced a major funding round, bringing its fully 3D printed rockets closer to an out-of-this-world reality.
Relativity Space has signed a deal with NASA to develop a rocket-printing factory.
A new startup hopes to completely automate the building of rockets using 3D printing.
6K announced a huge US$51M investment raise, allow them to triple their capacity.
Charles R. Goulding and Ryan Donley consider how 3D printing might help us build imaginative new worlds.
3D printing in space remains an intriguing proposition for the European Space Agency, which continues to examine native materials for extraterrestrial building opportunities.
Women in 3D Printing’s 2020 Diversity for Additive Manufacturing report is a special edition, and it’s something everyone should read.
6K Additive has commissioned their first units and at the same time has landed a sustainable client.
Could 3D printing strategies overcome supply chain challenges? It seems that one company has done exactly that.
A new video from VICE actually portrays 3D printing in correct terms, one of the few examples of outstanding coverage of the technology by mass media.
While there are breakthroughs occurring in several industries as a result of additive manufacturing, how many other industries could be affected?
Charles Goulding & Greer Veon of R&D Tax Savers look at the use of natural fibers in 3D print materials.
Can a rocket be entirely 3D printed? We will soon find out as Relativity Space gains their first customer, Momentus.
Charles Goulding and Peter Favata of R&D Tax Savers reexamine Boeing production delays and the impact of 3D printing.
SolidEngineer CEO Björn Lindwall successfully scaled Mount Everest using 3D printed climbing gear and equipment, showing peak testing in real-world conditions.
Focus is on Australia as GE Additive has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the New South Wales Government to bring industrial 3D printing capabilities to the new Aerotropolis project.
When it comes to 3D printing in the aerospace industry, where are we now, in 2019? And where are we going?
An interview with Stratasys’ VP of Aerospace sheds light on the process of adopting 3D printing in the aerospace industry.
An interview with Stratasys’ VP of Manufacturing Solutions offers an insider’s look at the progress of 3D printing in the aerospace industry, with focus on Boom Supersonic’s development of a Mach-2.2 aircraft.
America Makes, US additive manufacturing accelerator has established a third Satellite Center located at NIAR to be focused on aerospace and defense applications for 3D printing.
Is 3D print technology to blame for the SpaceX anomaly? It turns out no, and that portends a bright future for metal additive manufacturing in aerospace.
Fortify has announced a successful Series A round, raising $10 million, readying the company for growth in high-strength composite 3D printing.
Could gigantic habitats be built in space? Made In Space’s Archinaut 3D printer is to demonstrate how to 3D print metal structures in orbit very soon.
Xometry has announced an additional investment into its Series D funding, bringing the total for the round to a cool $55M.
With more than $260 million just announced in a growth funding round, Carbon has now raised more than $680 million — bringing their valuation to $2.4 billion.
Stratasys today announced a key contract with Boom Supersonic.
Marshall Aerospace and Defense has revealed its use of 3D printing for prototype and final flight parts.
XJet’s CEO shares a look into operations and applications in metal and ceramic 3D printing.
This week we found out Fabrisonic intends to develop a space-rated 3D printer.
Sex tech company Lora DiCarlo has some good news.
Carbon announced they’re acquiring more cash through a Series E funding round.
Chicago-based Fast Radius has announced a $48 million Series B funding round set to expand its additive manufacturing platform.
NASA announced three finalists for their ongoing “3D-Printed Habitat Challenge”.
Barcelona-based desktop 3D printer manufacturer BCN3D has announced a $3 million funding.
A $160 million investment brings Desktop Metal’s combined funding to $438 million.
A new video explains the secrets of 3D printing rocket engines.
Charles Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi of R&D Tax Savers discuss the use of 3D printing in space launches.
NASA’s International Space Station is currently exploring the benefits of A.I.
Aviation is gaining another additive manufacturing installation.
Peter Saenz and Charles Goulding of R&D Tax Savers discuss 3D printing implications of TransDigm’s acquisition of Esterline.
You’ve done it — finally pulled the trigger and invested in a majestic new 3D printer.
New additive manufacturing-focused agreements signed this week signify ongoing global progress in the aerospace and maritime sectors.
I’m reading a piece in the Durango Herald discussing a rocketry startup that’s using 3D printing.
Milestones are mounting in additive manufacturing, with production parts hitting new highs.
More and more we’re seeing use of lattice structures in component design.
While multi-million dollar companies are trying to bring the flying car dream into the real world, one ambitious Filipino man has already beaten them to the punch.
Eliana Fu is the Senior Raw Materials Supply Chain Engineer at Relativity Space.
As manufacturing moves more strongly into 3D printing, there is a question about how it will be implemented.
Everyone has seen those perplexing drawings by M.C. Escher and marveled at their paradoxical nature. Confusing images that could never be real. Until now. Gershon Elber of the Computer Science Department of Technion, Israel Institute of Technology has done just that. He has designed 3D shapes that, when 3D printed and viewed from specific… Continue reading 3D Print Your Escher