Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at recent developments in use of 3D print technology for repair activities.
In my recent visit to GE Aerospace I was able to see how truly large-scale additive manufacturing should be done.
This week GE Additive announced a very different 3D printer that could dramatically change manufacturing.
GE Additive announced the Series 3D binder jet metal 3D printer system yesterday, and it could be a revelation for manufacturers.
With the announcement of a new AM cluster, some may be wondering what it’s all about.
Protolabs announced the addition of another giant metal 3D printer.
Renishaw is up for sale.
GE Aviation has received official certification from the US FAA for its massive GE9X jet engine.
3D printing is well known for creating complex designs with intricate internal structures; sometimes those structures serve as tubes for crickets.
Minnesota-based Protolabs plans on firing up a GE Additive Concept Laser X Line 2000R metal 3D printer late this year, and there’s a good reason why they’re doing so.
GE announced it is cutting loose another 13,000 jobs, and this may have big implications for the 3D printing industry.
A 3D printing company best known for its metal additive manufacturing has turned to a plastic solution to help produce much-needed PPE solutions.
AP&C will supply aerospace-grade titanium powder to Titomic.
GE Additive announced this week the opening of its new Arcam EBM Center of Excellence to focus on EBM 3D printing for production and R&D.
Focus is on Australia as GE Additive has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the New South Wales Government to bring industrial 3D printing capabilities to the new Aerotropolis project.
For some of the big-name players who have entered into 3D printing, their biggest customers are…themselves.
In four announcements over the last nine days, GE Additive has shared the news of a notable sales season in metal 3D printing.
This week’s selection is the startling HRE3D+ 3D printed wheel by HRE Performance Wheels.