About Us | What we do
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.
Designed to be your full-service additive partner
We have worked tirelessly to build an elite network of people who are advancing additive manufacturing technology every day. Our commitment to leading the industry is realized through Arcam EBM and Concept Laser machines, AP&C materials and our own engineering consultancy services. With each additive technology advancement, we accelerate innovations across industries and help the world work smarter, faster and more efficiently.
Direct Metal Laser Melting (DMLM) machines
To create components with complex geometries requiring exceptional precision, Direct Metal Laser Melting (DMLM) is the ideal approach. Our Concept Laser DMLM machines work directly from a CAD file and can be tailored to meet specific needs. This process is enhanced through a patented LaserCUSING® technology that combines laser and fusion to create high-precision, mechanically and thermally resilient metallic components layer by layer.
Electron Beam Melting (EBM) machines
Arcam EBM® machines are ideally suited for producing dimensionally accurate parts that need to be created quickly and efficiently. Working in a vacuum using a high-power electron beam for high melting capacity and productivity, the EBM process delivers stress-relieved components with better material properties than casting.
Creating consistently high-quality additive parts always begins with exceptional source material. GE Additive offers decades of metal powder experience and materials science expertise to develop premium powders ideal for multiple applications. AP&C’s proprietary Advanced Plasma Atomization (APA™) process ensures highly spherical particles for unmatched additive-building performance.
Incorporating additive manufacturing into your production process is a journey. Wherever you are in that process, GE Additive’s AddWorks consultants can guide you. Comprised of designers, engineers and material scientists, our team of experts have developed assessments and best practices to identify the most effective way for additive technology to support your business.
Discover new growth potential for your business
We’ll get to know your needs and priorities to help determine the machines and materials that can accelerate innovation in your business.