Featuring some of the most advanced additive technologies available, machines from Arcam EBM and Concept Laser enable customers to grow products quickly and precisely. And since they’re capable of achieving high levels of accuracy, even on intricate shapes and geometries, these machines open up new design possibilities across a multitude of applications.
Find information on the different materials that can be used with GE Additive's additive manufacturing machines.
AddWorks from GE Additive helps your organization successfully navigate its additive journey through engineering consulting services. AddWorks embeds our experts with your team, learning what your products do now and what you need them to become.
Designed with our customers in mind, this new software strategy enhances fundamental strengths in the part design-to-build process at every step.
GE Additive’s Print Services can help you accelerate your additive journey. Whether you are new to additive manufacturing or need help printing on a new technology - we can help you with your printed parts.
Find everything you should know about additive manufacturing and the technologies used to build 3D objects using layers of material.
Once you’ve decided that additive technology is right for your business, the next steps may prove intimidating. GE can put your fears to rest by confidently walking alongside you as your partner, helping to develop the industrialization of your additive machines.
Our Customer Experience Centers are designed to help customers accelerate the adoption of additive manufacturing across all stages of their additive journey; from product design, to prototyping and through to production - supporting them along the way.
Once you’ve decided that additive technology is right for your business, the next steps may prove intimidating. That’s why GE Additive offers courses and consulting to help you along your journey.
The medical industry is one of the pioneers of additive manufacturing. Our technology has been used for over a decade in volume production to manufacture implants, while at the same time it is broadly used for small batch sizes such as for as patient specific medical implants. Additive manufacturing has allowed this industry to increase patients quality of life around the world.
Aviation and aerospace are two of the pioneering sectors for additive manufacturing. These sectors are characterized by small batch sizes and manufacturer-specific adaptations. At the same time, these products are renowned for having very long life cycles and extremely high safety requirements.
When it comes to pilot-series development and small-scale manufacturing, additive manufactured components are now an integral part of international automotive production.
Additive manufacturing allows to manufacture complex, customized, precise frameworks and tension free dental prostheses for improved fit in the mouth.
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At GE Additive, we continue to work every day to bring the transformative power of advanced manufacturing to businesses around the globe. Through our own extensive experience incorporating additive technologies into our production process, we recognize the value and possibilities it brings to modern design and manufacturing challenges.
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