Another interesting point to be discussed. This point is about the 3D printing technology which is used in the aerospace area. Have you heard anything
about that? This machine allows printing multi-composite parts simultaneously from several materials, which is infeasible in other types of aerospace
Hm tricky question. Depends on the type of 3D printer there would be different problems. While a melting 3D printer would have to deal with vibrations
and momentum changes as the head moves in 3D. I can imagine these momentum changes would feed into the craft and influence it, if only a tiny bit.
The fluid ones would have very different problems because you can not pull out the object and the fluid wouldn't stay leveled.
Same with the powder ones that arc melt or use lasers. The dust needs to be flattened, for that we need gravity.
a reply to: ThatDamnDuckAgain
This 3D printing technology is called Skyprint 1 or additive machine. As it has already been mentioned,
this machine allows printing multi-composite parts simultaneously from several materials. Also with the help of this technology makes some engine
parts for the XL rocket.
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