Print me a space rocket, please (science news).

October 15, 2019 | By | Reply More

When you decide to print your space rocket engines using 3D printers you can drop hundreds of unnecessary components and make them super-resilient compared to traditionally-built engines. Is this the way of the future?

It should also be pointed out, that many of the descriptions of the USA’s so-called reported captured flying saucers match this method of manufacturing.

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Print me a space rocket, please

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