GE announced it is cutting loose another 13,000 jobs, and this may have big implications for the 3D printing industry.
In four announcements over the last nine days, GE Additive has shared the news of a notable sales season in metal 3D printing.
Sintavia opened a 55,000-square-foot advanced manufacturing facility, featuring 3D printing.
A medical device company is installing more metal 3D printers to focus on spinal implant manufacture.
Aviation is gaining another additive manufacturing installation.
This week GE described how they are rapidly expanding their metal 3D printing capabilities.
Concept Laser is working towards a significant automation system that could enable easy integration of their equipment into factory environments.
General Electric’s bid to purchase Germany-based SLM Solutions fell through – but GE evidently had a backup plan.
It’s contagious! Concept Laser has joined several other players in producing a “Smart Factory” based on their 3D printing technology.
Germany’s Concept Laser has been a leader in the field of laser metal melting since the debut of its M3 Linear system in 2004.