Relativity Space and its two founders – Tim and Jordan – have a plan to make rockets faster and cheaper than anyone else. To do this, they’re looking to build every part of a rocket – its engine, its fuel tanks and its body – with giant 3D printers. In this Hello World short, Bloomberg Businessweek’s Ashlee Vance goes to check out Relativity.
Bloomberg: 3D Printing Rockets to Get to Space
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