In a major first, American startup Relativity Space is working on two different models of entirely 3D-printed rockets!
Rocket manufacturer Relativity Space has released a time-lapse video of a 3D printed nose cone build for its Terran 1 rocket.
Relativity Space raised $650 million led by Fidelity and joined by investors, including BlackRock and Tiger Global, as the company steps up work on a fully reusable rocket that will attempt to challenge Elon Musk’s SpaceX in less than three years.
Relativity Space Inc., a maker of 3D-printed rockets, is in talks to raise $600 million in a funding round led by Fidelity Management & Research Co.
Relativity Space is pushing the boundaries of 3D-printing to build rockets but CEO Tim Ellis sees the company’s influence reaching beyond the space industry.