GE Is So Stoked About 3D Printing, They're Using It To Make Parts For Jet Engines

GE Is So Stoked About 3D Printing, They're Using It To Make Parts For Jet Engines

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New CONFIRMATION as to how seriously some companies are taking additive manufacturing, popularly known as 3D printing, came on November 20th when GE Aviation, part of the world's biggest manufacturing group, bought a privately owned company called Morris Technologies. This is a small precision-engineering firm employing 130 people in suburban Cincinnati,...
GE Is So Stoked About 3D Printing, They're Using It To Make Parts For Jet Engines
                                       

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