Co-founder of 3D rocket printer Relativity steps down as tech chief, will stay as advisor


Relativity co-founder and CTO Jordan Noone stands next to one of the company's Stargate 3D printers.RelativityRocket building startup Relativity Space's co-founder Jordan Noone will step down from his role as chief technology officer, according to a copy of an email he sent Tuesday that was seen by CNBC.Noone will become an Executive Advisor to Relativity, saying that he and CEO Tim Ellis "have achieved far more" goals in the past five years "than we had ever imagined" when the pair founded the company in 2015."For some time now, I've reflected on this journey, our accomplishments, my own career aspirations, and what I truly enjoy working on and can most contribute to here at Relativity," Noone wrote. "I strongly believe that the team we've built has never been set up for more...