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In Her Element: How Kristen Hough Left The Coal Mines And Started Climbing Wind Turbines

Amy Kover
December 09, 2018
GE cast the blades in a foundry, but Avio Aero, which wanted to go after the emerging TiAl market, bet on 3D printing. “We could see how difficult it was to make these blades,” Abrate says. “But we had positive experiences with 3D printing on a military project.”