GE Makes Significant Progress with Investments in Additive Equipment Companies

Closes deal for 75% investment in Concept Laser of Germany Tender offer for Arcam AB of Sweden concludes with 76% ownership share BOSTON — December 12, 2016 — (BUSINESS WIRE) — GE (NYSE: GE), the world’s leading digital industrial company, executed on its agreement to Read More »

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GE Well Positioned to Accelerate the Additive Revolution

Advancing additive as both an equipment provider and end user Building a competitive position in a fast-growing industry Developing a global network of additive capability Leveraging core strength in materials, software and product design Designing and manufacturing high-valued parts BOSTON, MA (USA) – November 15, Read More »

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GE Reaches Agreement to Acquire a 75% Stake in Concept Laser GmbH of Germany

Concept Laser is a leading global supplier of additive manufacturing equipment Agreement represents a key step in GE’s commitment to the additive revolution GE to enhance Concept Laser’s product offerings BOSTON & LICHTENFELS, Germany–October 27, 2016– (BUSINESS WIRE)– GE (NYSE: GE), the world’s leading digital Read More »

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GE Plans to Invest $1.4B to Acquire Additive Manufacturing Companies Arcam and SLM; Accelerates Efforts in Important Digital Industrial Space

Expands design envelope to substantially reduce product cost Enables productive new model for services cost and delivery Lead in design and manufacture of highly valued parts Enter a fast-growing industry where GE can build a competitive position Leverages GE Store: key strengths in materials, software, Read More »

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Consortium Aims to Unlock 3D Printing Potential

By Hannah Diorio-Toth | CMU News Thursday, July 28, 2016 – From airplane parts to custom hip replacements, 3-D printing — also known as additive manufacturing — is changing how everything can be constructed. Carnegie Mellon University’s NextManufacturing Center has created a consortium to bring Read More »

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America Makes Awards $8 Million to UDRI for Additive Manufacturing R&D to Support Air Force Efforts Toward Safe, More Efficient Sustainment

  July 15, 2016 –The University of Dayton Research Institute has been awarded $8 million from America Makes, the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute, to lead a national program that will use additive manufacturing to help the Air Force more efficiently and affordably sustain aging 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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Land Of Silk And Lasers: Bespoke 3D Printing Factory Thrives in Italy’s Fashion Heartland

May 31, 2016 by Tomas Kellner | GE Reports For decades, fabric factories on the shores of Italy’s Lake Como kept the fashion houses of Milan resplendent in silk. Today, a new kind of manufacturing in the fashion heartland is spinning up parts for gas Read More »

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GE Celebrates Grand Opening of First Additive Manufacturing Center in Pittsburgh

Facility represents $39M commitment to Pennsylvania and creates 50 jobs Advanced manufacturing’s impact on the economy is $3.1T or 19% of US GDP GE is ushering in a new era in manufacturing by merging hardware and software and reimagining how products are designed, made and 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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