Advanced Additive Manufacturing May Drive SLS Engine Development

MARSHALL SPACE FLIGHT CENTER, Alabama—A high-tech version of 3D printing additive manufacturing (AM) that uses lasers and metal instead of heat and plastic may shape the rocket engine that ultimately powers the heavy-lift Space Launch System (SLS) NASA is developing for large-payload, deep-space...

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