GE Global Research Developing Cold Spray Technology, Speeding Up Laser 3D Printing Processes

Cold spray technology involves metal powder fed through a supersonic nozzle, attached to a robotic arm, at high pressure and into a heated nitrogen or helium gas stream. Then, many…

GE Global Research Developing Methods to Speed Up Laser Additive Manufacturing Processes

I’ve always found videos depicting time lapse designs to be really impressive, and time lapse footage can be really helpful if you’re trying to quickly show the entire span of…

GE Healthcare Researching Ways to 3D Print Medical Models With the Touch of a Button

About two years ago, GE Healthcare teamed up with Arterys to develop an MRI scanning technology that displays images of a patient’s heart in seven dimensions. While that is an…

GE Disappoints for Q4 2016, Plans to Drive Growth with Additive Manufacturing

As Q4 earnings roll out, GE is off the mark again—reporting for both the last quarter and 2016, comprehensively. Compared with last year’s Q4 earnings per share of $0.64 on…

GE Ventures Hosts Advanced Manufacturing Summit, Featuring Input from Optomec CEO

Global corporation GE decided to share their wealth with worthy startups when they created GE Ventures, their capital investment firm built to assist young companies in the fields of software, healthcare,…

Pittsburgh: GE Celebrates Grand Opening of $40 Million Center for Additive Technology Advancement (CATA)

While many are aware of the big names in 3D printing, it still often comes as a surprise to some to find out that General Electric has had their hands…

GE Begins Retrofitting 400 GE90 Jet Engines With First Ever 3D Printed Component, A Sensor Housing

It’s well-known that General Electric is leading the way when it comes to the additive manufacturing of functioning components for a variety of advance products. Although the company is best…

GE Oil & Gas Now 3D Printing End-Use Control Valve Parts in Japan

Although it goes relatively unnoticed, many of today’s top manufacturers are using 3D printing to both prototype and produce end-use parts. One such company is General Electric, which has been…

GE Considers 3D Printing Turbine Blades for Next Generation Boeing 777X’s GE9X Engines

If one company should be considered the leader within the metal additive manufacturing space, that company should be General Electric. GE has been utilizing laser sintering to 3D print components…

View More

Subscribe To Our Newsletter

Subscribe To Our Newsletter

Join our mailing list to receive the latest news and updates from our 3DPrint.com.

You have Successfully Subscribed!