3D Printing Rockets

Kilo Print was recently enlisted to help the Rockets and Instrumentation Lab here on campus to print "Ctrl+P" a six foot tall rocket. The rocket was to be launched for the testing on the viability of the use of 3D printed parts in future models because of how quickly the parts can be manufactured compared to traditional manufacturing methods. The rocket was successfully launched in late April in the Black Rock Desert in Nevada and is currently having a post mortem ran on the rockets remains.