Tim Ellis is the Co-founder and CEO of Relativity, the first autonomous rocket factory and launch service. Relativity created the world’s largest metal 3D printer to 3D print their own rockets and launch satellites into space. Prior to cofounding Relativity, Tim was responsible for bringing metal 3D printing to Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin and was a propulsion development engineer on BE-4, crew capsule RCS thrusters and New Glenn. He is the youngest person to be appointed to the National Space Council Users Advisory Group where he serves as an advisor to Vice President Pence. Relativity is backed by Playground Global, Social Capital, Y Combinator Continuity and Mark Cuban.