NASA Rocket Engine chamber and nozzle 3D printed by Metal Technology (MTI) from Inconel 718 alloy with integrated conformal cooling passages.

Metal Technology, a custom manufacturing company specializing in reactive, refractory, and high temperature metals headquartered in Albany, Oregon, announced today that it is collaborating with NASA Johnson Space Center (JSC) to develop the next generation of rocket engines.

Few organizations are as busy integrating 3D direct metal printing into their engineering and design work as NASA. NASA currently has multiple business units working on projects as part of an effort to leverage best practices using digital manufacturing methods, including 3D metal printing.

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