Michael Sheetz+ Your Authors @thesheetztweetz Space Reporter @CNBC | pitches [email protected] | DM for cell, WhatsApp, Signal, ProtonMail | formerly @DJNF @ESTribune | alumnus @TheKingsCollege Mar. 09, 2020 1 min read + Your Authors

The Starbucks receipt that Relativity CEO Tim Ellis used four years ago to sketch out his vision for the 3D printing rocket company

Ellis says Relativity now has about 150 employees and has conducted over 300 rocket engine tests at @NASAStennis

Ellis said that Relativity’s four printers will be able to manufacture 12 rocket fuselages per year.

With Relativity’s new HQ, the company is now working on another 3D printer that will be almost twice as tall as the Stargate 2.0 printers.

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