GE – Engine With 3D-Printed Parts Powers 3 Next-Gen Jets

Feb 16, 2016 by Tomas Kellner | GE Reports The Airbus A321neo passenger plane has become the third next-generation aircraft to complete a maiden flight with LEAP engines on wing. The LEAP is the first engine that includes both 3D-printed parts and components from advanced Read More »

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GE Aviation to Build Unique Materials Factories

Adjacent factories to produce raw material for ceramic matrix composites (CMCs) Enables GE to produce ceramic matrix composite components (CMCs) in high volume GE partnering with USAF Research Lab Title III Office on silicon carbide technology   HUNTSVILLE, Ala.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–GE Aviation is creating adjacent factories Read More »

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GE-Come Dust, Ice, Hail Stone and High-G Force: What it Takes for the LEAP Jet Engine to Prove its Mettle

By Tomas Kellner, June 14, 2015 The sand storms in the Gobi Desert in Central Asia are some of the most frightening events nature can cook up, sending giant tan clouds of fine dust as far as Beijing. While locals seal their homes and try Read More »

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GE-Latest Planes Descend on Paris as World’s Largest Air Show Takes Off

By GE Reports staff   The huge Paris Air Show starts at Le Bourget, just outside the French capital, this weekend. The world’s largest and longest-running aerospace trade gathering typically brings together the latest technology in civilian and military aviation and this year is no Read More »

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