VIDEO: 3D Printed Titanium Mach 0.8 Rocket Powered Drone

3D printing gives manufacturers the power to create parts
that cannot be built cost-effectively with other processes. In this video, Mark
Kirby, manager of additive manufacturing at Renishaw Canada, shows off a special
project for a North American aerospace customer: the Firefly, a 3D printed titanium rocket-powered
drone that can fly at nearly supersonic speeds, with onboard telemetry and a
spring-released wing.
Watch the video to see why additive manufacturing techniques
were the best …



Source URL: VIDEO: 3D Printed Titanium Mach 0.8 Rocket Powered Drone

Source Website: Advance Engineering – Engineering.com
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