Relativity Space

3D printed future for space.

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In the future, next-generation for space 3D printing can reduce the parts and improve the speed with smaller size vehicles.

According to Relativity Space CEO Tim Ellis, “Together with our first rocket, Terran 1, our second product, Terran R, will continue to take advantage of Relativity’s disruptive approach to 3D printing – reduced part count, improved speed of innovation, flexibility, and reliability – to bring to market the next generation of launch vehicles. Relativity was founded to 3D print entire rockets and build humanity’s industrial base on Mars. We were inspired to make this vision a reality and believe dozens to hundreds of companies must work to build humanity’s multi-planetary future on Mars. Scalable, autonomous 3D printing is inevitably required to thrive on Mars, and Terran R is the second product step in a long-term journey Relativity is planning. There’s an organic relationship between 3D printing and reusability, and it gives us an unparalleled advantage in designing the best fully reusable rocket possible; over the last year, we found ourselves being asked by the market to accelerate the development of our larger launch vehicle, so we knew it was time to double down on our existing plans and scale the Terran R program even faster and build production capabilities at scale sooner.”

Relativity Space unveils details of larger 3D-printed rocket to launch from Cape Canaveral.

3D-Print rockets

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According to CNN, CNBC report and Relativity CEO Tim Ellis, “We’ll build rockets in 60 days and 60 days later we can build a better version.”
relativity space is attracting more attention because people are excited about its novel approach to manufacturing. Its rockets will be 3D-printed top to bottom.
People are really starting to rally around that as the future of rocket technology.”Relativity Space. Relativity, a company 3D printing entire rockets, raises $140 million from venture firms Bond, Tribe. Massive, AI-Powered Robots Are 3D-Printing Entire Rockets.