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Can You Design a 3D Printed Rocket Engine to Send Nano-Satellites Into Space?


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We would like to design and produce a sustainable model for a BioDome to provide for the growing of food using Aquaponics and Permaculture. We estimate that a 16' dome has the potential of providing food for a family of four.
This would be an exceptional project for a Shapeway open source design competition. Food shortages is already a critical problem world wide and experts predict far worse conditions for the future.
I would be honoured to work with you on this. I have yet to master 3D modeling, but do have a lifetime experience in art and design, including sculpting.

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#1 Gregori Robinson (Homepage) on 2013-03-11 18:43 (Reply)
For a second I thought it might be April 1st.
#2 MrNibbles on 2013-03-11 19:59 (Reply)
You understand that if someone did create a 3d printable rocket engine it be worth a hell of a lot more than $7,500 right?
#3 The Cartographer on 2013-03-20 03:28 (Reply)
Has anyone printed simple Estes solid fuel model rocket engine yet ?
#4 Esteban Cafe on 2013-03-20 23:07 (Reply)

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