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NASA Approves 3D-Printed Rocket Engine Injector

3D printing a rocket? Sounds like science fiction, but it’s happening. And this 3D-printed rocket part passed a key NASA test – hot-fire trials. The part was printed in part thanks to the capability of printing liquid metals – and

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3D Printing Liquid Metals

Researchers at North Carolina State University have come up with a way to 3D print liquid metals and keep their new form. A syringe pushes out the metals, liquid at room temperature, and the metals are covered in an oxide

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