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NASA, Industry Test Additively Manufactured Rocket Engine Injector | Wyly Wade
NASA cuts manufacturing time from 1 year to 4 months and cuts costs by 70%. NASA and Aerojet Rocketdyne designed and fabricated a key part for a rocket engine with a 3D printer, shaving six months and 70 percent off the cost of production. A successful test of the component, a rocket injector assembly that delivers liquid oxygen and hydrogen into the engine's combustion chamber, may lead to more efficient manufacturing in the future. NASA, Industry Test Additively Manufactured Rocket Engine Injector | NASA. Related articles See NASA's 3D-Printed Rocket Engine Fuel Injector NASA tests 3D-printed rocket engine NASA Embraced 3D Pringint With Rocket Engine Injector