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Larger, Lighter Metal AM Parts Take Flight
European consortium unveils one-meter-in-diameter part manufactured using Direct Metal Laser Melting (DMLM) technologies as part of a push towards lower emissions flight.
Larger, Lighter Metal AM Parts Take Flight
European consortium unveils one-meter-in-diameter part manufactured using Direct Metal Laser Melting (DMLM) technologies as part of a push towards lower emissions flight.
GE Aviation Invests in Five M Line Systems
During 2022 GE Additive to deliver systems to GE Aviation’s Additive Technology Center in West Chester, Ohio, and to Avio Aero in Turin, Italy.
GE Gets Air Force Airworthiness OK for Metal 3D-printed Engine Part
This F110 component is the first engine component designed for and produced by metal additive manufacturing to be qualified by any US Department of Defense entity.
Altair Acquires Flow Simulator From GE Aviation
Flow Simulator is an integrated flow, heat transfer and combustion design software.
Supersonic Comeback
Engineering startups and government agencies revisit the possibility of supersonic flight.
GE Aviation Drives Digital Continuity with Dassault Systèmes
Sintavia Raises the Bar for Production-Level, 3D-Printed Parts
Sintavia is already expanding its facilities to handle the increasing customer workload, with goals of adding 35 more AM systems plus larger furnaces and HIP equipment by 2020.
GE Plans to sell 10,000 Additive Machines During Next 10 Years
GE says it is fully focused on becoming a leading supplier of additive machines, materials and software for several industry segments, including 3D Printing, power generation, automotive, medical and electronics.


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