Nihonseiki deploys GE Additive laser technology to reimagine its business and the die casting industry
Additive manufacturing helps transform a leading century-old automotive sector manufacturer
GE receives Air Force airworthiness qualification in under a year for first metal 3D-printed, critical jet engine part
Pathfinder with the USAF’s Propulsion Directorate and Rapid Sustainment Office (RSO) gathers momentum as it establishes its own qualification path for additively manufactured metal parts.
Additive manufacturing is disrupting the aerospace industry and accelerating the way parts are designed and manufactured. We’re partnering with companies to make parts that are lighter, more durable, and more efficient for the aerospace industry. Read our latest aerospace additive manufacturing case studies and customer stories below.
Optimum patient care in orthopedics, implantology and dentistry demands the high-precision and custom fitted medical products that additive manufacturing offers. Read our latest medical industry additive manufacturing case studies and learn how we’re partnering with companies to create everything from world’s first implanted 3D-printed hip cup, to a new dental implantology process.
Additive manufacturing allows you to redefine what’s possible and build new products in the most unique ways. Learn how some unlikely partnerships lead to new products with our latest lifestyle additive manufacturing case studies below. See how 3D printing can make the ordinary … extraordinary.
Additive manufacturing can be used to produce range of applications in the automotive industry, including engine components, bodywork, tire molds and structural parts. See how we’re partnering with a range of automotive businesses to build technology demonstrators, in our latest automotive industry additive manufacturing case studies.
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…additive is absolutely booming. It is driving our business and innovation strategy forward and our design team is actively developing and testing new applications, parameters, and surgical devices to target new markets. We are excited for what the future holds for us.
Director of engineering, Nexxt Spine