Through patent-pending innovations in process and design, we aim to become the premier joint design manufacturer of affordable and efficient rocket engines for rapid launch vehicle development and operations. The biggest inhibitor to commercializing outer-space is the large cost of launch systems. Of those launch systems, rocket engines are the costliest yet most critical parts. There is a growing need for increased launch services, but the manufacturing required to produce rocket engines is too costly and time-intensive to scale to meet demand. Tri-D Dynamics is a new startup that is on a mission to create high performing rocket engines that are more cost-efficient and are quicker toproduce than any others out in the market. We do this by using the advantages of our patent-pending manufacturing IP, centered around different types of additive manufacturing processes.

Currently, our low-cost and rapid-forming engine manufacturing technology places us in a pivotal position as launch vehicle providers establish and expand operations. We, the founders of Tri-D Dynamics, as undergraduate
students, became the first university group in the world to have ever successfully designed, printed, and launched a metal 3D printed rocket engine. We also have successfully completed a NASA STTR Phase I doing design work for
printed engines. We have an advantage of being some of the most experienced individuals, with regards to engine design for additive manufacturing, as well as have a network of government and industry supporters and advisors including NASA, Aerojet Rocketdyne, and XCOR Aerospace. Through our innovations, we aim to decrease the cost and increase the frequency of rocket launches that will deliver the infrastructure necessary to enable a vibrant space-faring civilization.”