On September 29, 2013, SpaceX launched the Falcon 9 v1.1 Rocket, also known as “Grasshopper,” into orbit. The rocket carried the Cassiope payload in its bay and aimed to test the potential for reusable rockets. SpaceX used a Garmat USA spray booth to finish the outer aesthetics and protective layers of their rocket. The spray booth used to paint the rocket was designed, manufactured, and installed through a joint venture by RelyOn and Garmat. From the initial concept provided by the rocket scientists of SpaceX, RelyOn and Garmat designed a paint booth to better equip external coatings of rockets like the Grasshopper for an atmosphere above ground level and harsher than what we are used to. As a well-recognized customer of RelyOn, SpaceX demonstrates that we cater to your applicative finishing needs—whether for vehicles, industrial equipment, or something beyond known limits!
For more information on SpaceX and the work we conducted with them please follow the link below.