Category Archives: GE Additive

SLM Solutions reports 51% decline in revenues in Q1 2019 financial results

German metal 3D printer manufacturer SLM Solutions has released its financial results for the first quarter of 2019. Total revenue for Q1 2019 was reported at €7.3 million. The results show a 51% decrease in the same period in 2018 which was €14.9 million. Regarding the latest numbers Uwe Bögershausen,  Chief Finance Officer of SLM […]

Zac Posen, GE Additive, Protolabs präsentieren auf der Met Gala 3D-Druck-Kooperation

Zac Posen, GE Additive und Protolabs haben ihre Zusammenarbeit zur Kreation mehrerer innovativer, im 3D-Druckverfahren modellierter Kleider und Accessoires bekanntgegeben. Die Kollektion ist vom Konzept inspiriert, natürliche Objekte in Bewegung „einzufrieren.“ In den vergangenen sechs Monaten haben Zac Posen und sein Kreativteam gemeinsam mit Entwicklungsingenieuren und 3D-Druckexperten von GE Additive und Protolabs eine Reihe von [...]

Der Beitrag Zac Posen, GE Additive, Protolabs präsentieren auf der Met Gala 3D-Druck-Kooperation erschien zuerst auf 3Druck.com – The Independent AM Magazine.

Nexxt Spine installs GE additive Concept Laser machines for metal 3D printed medical devices

Nexxt Spine, an Indiana-based medical device manufacturer, has expanded its metal 3D printing capabilities with the installation of two Concept Laser Mlab 100R systems from GE Additive. The pair of machines are the fourth and fifth additive manufacturing acquisition from the company since 2017 and will support the design and production of Nexxt Spine’s spinal fusion […]

CONTEXT reports expected +25% growth in shipments for industrial 3D printers

Shipments, by units, of industrial metal and polymer 3D printers continue to accelerate, reports CONTEXT, a London-based research firm.  According to CONTEXT, “Metal printer shipments are projected to see year-on-year unit-volume growth rates of over +49% with polymer machine shipments expected to grow by over +20%.” Chris Connery, VP of Global Research at CONTEXT, stated: […]

Cummins Inc. investiert in hochpräzise 3D-Metalldurcktechnologie

Cummins Inc. erweitert seine additiven Fertigungskapazitäten durch Investitionen in eine neue hochpräzise 3D-Metalldrucktechnologie, die als Binderjet bezeichnet wird. Diese Investition ist nur der nächste Schritt in dem Plan von Cummins, seine Fertigungsprozesse zu revolutionieren und die Entwicklung des Unternehmens in Richtung einer skalierten Produktion mit additiven Technologien zu beschleunigen. Binder Jetting ist eine Technologie, bei [...]

Der Beitrag Cummins Inc. investiert in hochpräzise 3D-Metalldurcktechnologie erschien zuerst auf 3Druck.com – The Independent AM Magazine.

Cummins Inc. invests in binder jet 3D printer, progress report on GE Additive H2

Cummins Inc., an American manufacturer and remanufacturer of engines, has invested in a beta-stage H2 binder jet metal 3D printer from GE Additive.   On the acquisition, Cummins’ Vice President of Global Manufacturing, Tim Millwood, said, “By investing in 3D metal additive technologies from GE Additive, we are investing in Cummins and our customers,” “This technology […]

GE Additive AddWorks to push metal additive manufacturing for GA-ASI aeronautics

Award-winning OEM GE Additive is to provide consultation to General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc (GA-ASI), a U.S. aeronautics company. Fulfilled by the company’s AddWorks service, the aim of this collaboration is to accelerate GA-ASI’s integration of metal additive manufacturing. “Some of our AddWorks consultants are responsible for designing and then industrializing many of the additively manufactured aerospace parts that are in service […]

RAPID + TCT 2019 preview: strong schedule adds automotive track for Detroit

North America’s largest additive manufacturing event RAPID + TCT has announced its schedule for 2019. Hosted at the Cobo Center in Detroit, Michigan, from May 20 – 23, the must-attend 3D printing event features over 110 technical presentations, a renewed focus on medical applications, plus an all-new automotive conference track. Almost 400 exhibitors from across […]

Sciaky Inc. joins ADAPT to develop metal 3D printing

Chicago-based metal 3D printers manufacturer, Sciaky Inc., has joined the Alliance for the Development of Additive Processing Technologies (ADAPT), a Colorado-based industry-academia consortium. Through this collaboration, the company will further the development of AM and expand the applications of its Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing (EBAM) systems to the aerospace industry and other manufacturing sectors. Electron beam melting  […]