We use as many industrial components as possible from, among others, the automotive, oil and energy industries. For those industrial components we can rely on years of experience and quality from existing industries. In concrete terms, this means that our rockets could have the same valves as your car. Or the screws that attach your TV to the wall. Or your favorite beer might have been brewed in one of the beer barrels from our suppliers for the rocket stages. No joke: when we were thinking about the best way to manufacture our stainless-steel tanks for our rocket stages, we found a supplier for breweries who builds the large brewing tanks for them. Well, this supplier now also builds rocket stages. In one sentence: We no longer develop equipment for space, but demonstrate that standard components function reliably in space. Of course, once we have found a suitable component in the existing industry, we iterate with the component manufacturer to ensure that the off-the-shelf parts are made specific for RFA, fulfilling the highest standards for reliability. This way, we integrate existing supply chains for other industries into our product, while establishing a price point that is unknown in the current space industry. A disruptive approach for the space industry.