NASA’s 3-D Printing of Rocket Engine Parts Might Boost Larger Manufacturing Trend

first test piece produced on the M2 Cusing Machine
NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS) is its first heavy-lift booster rocket since Saturn 5 took US astronauts to the moon. SLS will play a central role in the future of American spaceflight, but might also provide a critical test for technology expected to revamp the country’s ailing manufacturing industry.

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