Category Archives: Concept Laser

GE Additive announces M Line Factory release date and forges software partnerships

GE Additive has formed software partnerships with industry leaders and has announced the release date of the M LINE FACTORY system. In 2016, GE Additive acquired a 75% stake in Concept Laser, a German metal 3D printing manufacturer and maker of the M LINE FACTORY system. Since then the M LINE FACTORY has undergone software […]

Formnext 2018 – the 3D Printing Industry first look

3D Printing Industry took a morning run through what is set to be a record breaking event. Here are some of our first impressions of Formnext 2018. Our team will be in Frankfurt all week to bring you detailed coverage of the 4th edition of what has become the main event on a crowded additive […]

GE Aviation receives FAA approval for 3D printed brackets on GEnx commercial airline engines

GE Additive and GE Aviation have announced that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has approved the first 3D printed parts to be installed in the GEnx-2B commercial airline engines. The power door opening system (PDOS) brackets, will enter mass production this month at GE Aviation’s facility in Alabama, using GE Additive Concept Laser M2 cusing Multilaser […]

GE Additive expedites Endocon medical device production with 3D printing

German medical device company endocon GmbH has developed a 3D printed surgical tool with the help of GE Additive Concept Laser Direct Metal Laser Melting (DMLM) technology. The medical-grade device is designed to improve and simplify the removal of hip implants, with the optional use of fifteen additively manufactured stainless steel blades. With this technology, Endocon […]

Farnborough airshow begins with GE Additive announcements

Farnborough International Airshow in the UK gets underway today and GE Additive has chosen the occasion to make two announcements. Farnborough International Airshow (FIA) is the second largest airshow in the world, and as such will feature many of the leading applications of industrial 3D printing for the sector. 3D Printing Industry will be at […]

Ricoh planning for acquisitions with $1.8 billion war chest

Comments made by Ricoh Americas’ president & CEO, Joji Tokunaga have reconfirmed the Japanese multinational’s commitment to industrial 3D printing. In an article published by ZDnet Tokunaga, together with senior VP of marketing, Glenn Laverty, and CEO of Ricoh Canada, discusses plans for a multi-year strategy that will see the 2D printing specialist move closer […]

American and European universities benefit from GE Additive’s $1.25M in metal 3D printers

The latest cycle of GE Additive’s $10 million Additive Education Program (AEP) has concluded with the gifting of five direct metal laser melting (DMLM) 3D printers. The Mlab cusing 200R machines from GE Additive owned Concept Laser will be delivered to universities in the Republic of Ireland, Germany and the U.S. in Q1 2019. The […]

American and European universities benefit from GE Additive’s $1.25M in metal 3D printers

The latest cycle of GE Additive’s $10 million Additive Education Program (AEP) has concluded with the gifting of five direct metal laser melting (DMLM) 3D printers. The Mlab cusing 200R machines from GE Additive owned Concept Laser will be delivered to universities in the Republic of Ireland, Germany and the U.S. in Q1 2019. The […]

Sliced 3D printing news digest EOS, HP, GE, Prodways, Artec 3D

A good week for new 3D printer releases, today’s edition of Sliced looks at the latest hardware from EOS, Prodways, and GE Additive. Was also have news of the latest business deals from Robo 3D, SolidCAD and Sintratec, and an exploration of intriguing applications including a STEGgering project from Artec 3D. U.S.A. tops world ranking […]

Sutrue debuts automated 3D printed suturing devices

Sutrue, a UK-based medical technology company, has debuted its new 3D printed automated suturing devices at The Design Museum, London. 3D Printing Industry attended the launch to learn more about how additive manufacturing is shaping the future of medicine. Medical stitching (suturing) has been done by hand for over 5000 years, causing numerous needlestick injuries […]