If you're going to 3D-print rocket parts, you'd want to make them out of metal to handle the stress, right? Not necessarily.

MIT fires a rocket motor made using 3D-printed plastic

If you're going to 3D-print rocket parts, you'd want to make them out of metal to handle the stress, right? Not necessarily.

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