3-D And In W-i-d-e Angle, Too

If you think a rocket made of resin would be as useful as a chocolate coffee pot, call by stand 3/E30 and see what Stratasys is doing with 3-D printing – on a grand scale. The company is showing large components destined to fly in an Atlas 5 launcher next year as part of its avionics cooling system...

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