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Monday, 12 November 2012 19:11

NASA scientists are developing a technologies of using a 3D-laser printers for the production of various metal components of rocket engines for launch vehicles as part of Space Launch System (SLS). According to Ken Cooper, the engineer of the Marshall Center, in 3D-printers for the production of metal components of rocket engines using the method of selective laser melting (see the video), which allows not only to simplify the production of missiles for the needs of NASA, but also significantly reduce a costs. According to Andy Hardin, for Space Launch System (SLS) in NASA uses a 3D-printer M2 Cusing Machine, produced by the German company Concept Laser, which uses powders of stainless steel, heat resistant steel, aluminum, titanium and nickel alloys that melt of laser with power of 200W, layer by layer, forming the desired metallic form of any complexity. According to Andy Hardin, NASA will use 3D-printer to print the elements of the rocket engine J-2X, first unmanned flight is scheduled for 2017, THE VIDEO:

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