GE Additive

Additive manufacturing materials

GE’s commitment to the additive industry includes more than 1,000 material scientists and engineers across GE business units dedicated to the invention and application of the most advanced materials.

GE Additive's thoroughly certified and tested powders undergo rigorous quality control measures and feature tailored characteristics developed to ensure outstanding performance. We also offer a variety of mechanical behavior design data to enable efficient material selection, optimized product designs and material science services to develop the data and parameter sets that customers require to adopt additive technology.

AP&C materials

As specialists in spherical metal powder production designed for additive manufacturing, AP&C offers quality powders for all AM processes. In addition, this level of precision is available at competitive prices–allowing for reliable and cost-efficient production. 

Concept Laser materials

Arcam and Concept Laser offer total solutions for selections of standard materials. For these materials, metal powder, process settings and support are provided.

  • Titanium
  • Cobalt chromium
  • Nickel-based alloys
  • Aluminum
  • Hot work steel
  • Stainless steel
  • Bronze
  • Precious metals

Powder supply

High-quality powder at competitive pricing is crucial for reliable and cost-efficient production. Arcam—through its manufacturing company, AP&C—and Concept Laser offer powders of the highest possible quality and the most competitive prices.

Tested and validated

GE Additive has access to a validated powder supply chain with full traceability of every powder batch delivered. All powders are extensively tested before delivery to customers. This includes ensuring that the EBM and LaserCUSING parameter settings (process themes) are optimized to work well with the metal powder used.

And with AP&C’s proprietary Advanced Plasma Atomization (APA™) Technology, the melting wire never comes into contact with any solid surface, preventing contamination and ensuring a high purity product. The APA uses plasma torches to melt and atomize the metal wire feedstock, allowing for an accurate feeding rate with excellent control over powder size distribution and batch-to-batch consistency.

GE Additive is committed to help you succeed

We’ll get to know your needs and priorities to help determine the design, engineering and materials that can accelerate innovation in your business.