3D Printing for Spaceships and Rockets

3D printed spaceship and rocket parts are cost effective, durable, and reliable. i3DMFG™ uses Direct Metal Laser Solidification (DMLS®), to manufacture these components in designs not possible with traditional machining or casting. 3D metal printing allows for the production of parts made from exotic metals, such as copper, Inconel, Haynes, Monel K and titanium, and feature highly complex geometries. Because DMLS® uses a 3D model to direct its lasers to fuse material together precisely where the part is built, there is no scrap metal or waste produced. 3D printed spaceship and rocket parts reduce the costs of printing in rare metals like titanium and Inconel by 50 to 70%.

i3DMFG™ is ITAR registered with the U.S. Department of State and follows ITAR protocols in our Bend, Oregon and Redmond, Oregon locations.