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Kiwi ingenuity propels Nasa’s Psyche Spacecraft Mission

From Kiwi shores to cosmic quests: New Zealand’s Zenith Tecnica soars into space history.

The structure of Psyche SEP chassis, including 3D-printed titanium nodes interfacing between carbon composite tubes.

Liam Rātana Mon, 06 Nov 2023

In a tale of tenacity and tech, a former startup, now a titan in titanium, has not just defied gravity but also its controversial origins.

New Zealand continues to make valuable contributions to the space industry, with titanium additive manufacturer Zenith Tecnica having recently celebrated the

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Liam Rātana Mon, 06 Nov 2023
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