Da Vinci Code 2.0: How 3D Printing And Digital Technologies Are Altering The Face Of Aircraft Engine Manufacturing In Italy

By Tomas Kellner and Yari Bovalino | GE Reports Feb 10, 2017 – You won’t find the Italian commune of Cameri in many tourist guides. Located on the flat and fertile plains that stretch seemingly forever between Italy’s industrial dynamos of Milan and Turin, tiny Cameri Read More »

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All The 3D Print That’s Fit to Pitt: New Additive Technology Center Opens Near Steel Town

Apr 29, 2016 by Tomas Kellner | GE Reports GE’s new Center for Additive Technology Advancement (CATA) looks like a futuristic set for a Stanley Kubrick movie. Everything seems to be white: the walls, the gleaming floors, even the noise from rows of laser-powered 3D Read More »

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Ready For Prime Time: Intel Joins GE As It Opens Predix, Its Digital Platform For The Industrial Internet, To All Users

Feb 22, 2016 by Tomas Kellner | GE Reports Few people can fathom the sheer size of the World Wide Web, the most visible part of the Internet where we shop, meet friends, read news and watch movies. But the Web will soon be a Read More »

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Disrupt or Disappear: New Innovation Barometer Finds Digital Technologies Grow Opportunities as Well as Pressure on Businesses

Jan 19, 2016 by Tomas Kellner, GE Reports Thomas Edison, one of the world’s most prolific inventors, said his main purpose in life was to make enough money to create ever more inventions. “I find out what the world needs,” Edison declared. “Then I go Read More »

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What’s Inside A Jet Engine? These Scientists Are On A Search And Don’t Destroy Mission To Find Out

By Dec 15, 2015 by Todd Alhart | GE Reports Dr. Waseem Faidi’s research playground looks an awful lot like a high-tech hospital room. There’s the large white doughnut of a computed tomography scanner and a medical bed surrounded by digital dials and other instruments Read More »

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The Biggest Win: New Engine Set to Lift GE’s Turboprop Business to New Heights

Nov 16, 2015 by Matt Benvie | GE Reports   Textron Aviation, the world’s largest maker of business propeller planes like Beechcraft Bonanza, Baron and King Air, said today it would use a brand new advanced turboprop engine developed by GE to power its latest Read More »

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GE-This Veteran Materials Scientist Leads the Brilliant Factory Revolution

By Mark Egan, GE   When Christine Furstoss joined GE 26 years ago, she was a hands-on materials scientist who made new turbine parts. She remembers it as a painstaking, arduous and often frustrating process. “Two decades ago, if I had to change a material Read More »

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GE-Jet Engines with 3D-Printed Parts Power Next-Gen Airbus Passenger Jet

By GE Reports staff A next-generation A320neo Airbus passenger jet powered by twin LEAP jet engines with 3D-printed parts and new advanced materials inside took to the skies for the first time on Tuesday. The LEAP is the first engine equipped with 19 3D-printed fuel Read More »

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GE Reports-These Engineers 3D Printed a Mini Jet Engine, Then Took it to 33,000 RPM

By Michael Keller   Consider it a jet engine for the Oompa-Loompas. GE engineers working on the future of aircraft manufacturing recently showed off some of their capabilities. They made a simple 3D-printed mini jet engine that roared at 33,000 rotations per minute (see video). Read More »

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