by Mitchel Dumlao November 12, 2015

Written By Danielle Muoio Via Tech Insider

Aurora Flight Sciences, an aerospace company, teamed up with 3D printing company Stratasys to create the first 3D-printed, jet-powered aircraft for the Dubai Airshow.

The drone is believed to be the fastest unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) ever assembled, reaching a top speed of 150 miles per hour.

Dan Campbell, an aerospace research engineer at Aurora Flight Sciences, said in a videothat the goal of the project was to show aerospace companies how 3D printing can speed up the process of building a UAV. 

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