Printable Rockets, Brought to You by Geeks With Deep Pockets

A 3D printed filament from Functionalize. Source: Functionalize

On his 50th birthday, Mike Toutonghi was helping his teenage son with a school project. They wanted to build a miniature rocket using a home 3-D printer. The problem: There's no kind of plastic capable of conducting electricity that can be fed into a standard 3-D printer.

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