LEAP 71 and The Exploration Company have joined forces to manufacture rocket engines using 3D printing technology in Dubai, as reported by 3DPrinting.com.


Exciting News: LEAP 71 and The Exploration Company Unite to Revolutionize Space Propulsion Systems

Dubai, known for its visionary approach towards innovation and progress, is set to become the epicenter for a groundbreaking collaboration between LEAP 71 and The Exploration Company. Their shared mission? To redefine the design and manufacturing of launch vehicle and orbital engines utilizing the power of AI and additive manufacturing.

The Exploration Company, renowned for its revolutionary orbital space vehicle, Nyx, aims to transform space exploration by making it accessible and affordable to all. Meanwhile, LEAP 71 specializes in computational engineering, using cutting-edge algorithms to create physical objects ideal for advanced manufacturing techniques like industrial 3D printing.

By combining their expertise, these two companies will not only enhance LEAP 71’s existing computational model for space propulsion but also pave the way for a future where engineering and innovation in space exploration is accelerated. Their joint efforts will result in the creation of a computational engineering model that is set to surpass all existing standards.

Hélène Huby, the CEO of The Exploration Company, stressed the importance of expediting the engineering process for complex rocket engines. By utilizing computational models, the collaboration aims to streamline the design, testing, and validation phases, ultimately reducing costs and propelling innovation in the field of space exploration.

Josefine Lissner, the visionary founder of LEAP 71, holds a bold vision for the future. She envisions a tipping point in the space industry where their computational model will successfully produce operational engines that excel across various parameters. With each test, the model will mature and improve, leading us closer to a society capable of interstellar travel.

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