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Agnikul launches India's first rocket facility for 3D-printed engines

Unit has been designed to make two rocket engines a week

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tech start-ups | N Chandrasekaran | Tata Sons

BS Reporter  |  Chennai 



Agnikul
Agnikul’s Rocket Factory-1 houses a metal 3D-printer and a host of other machines to enable end-to-end manufacturing of a rocket engine under one roof.

Indian space-tech start-up Agnikul on Wednesday announced the opening of its Rocket Factory-1, India’s first-ever rocket facility dedicated to 3D printed space engines at scale.

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First Published: Wed, July 13 2022. 18:56 IST

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