Category Archives: GE Additive

3D printing news Sliced GE Additive, Toll Group, EnvisionTEC, Markforged

Today in the Sliced 3D printing news digest, we take a look inside Canada’s first Marine Additive Manufacturing Center of Excellence; study colorful 3D printing; explore 3D printed castles; and conduct some heavy lifting. GE Additive, Toll Group, Xometry, EnvisionTec, Markforged and more all feature below. Read on to find out more. Getting educated A study conducted […]

GE Additive launched Manufacturing Partner Network (MPN)

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GE Additive verkündete auf der von 16. bis 22. Juli stattfindenden Farnborough International Airshow die Markteinführung seines neuen Manufacturing Partner Network (MPN). Vor allem soll dieses Netzwerk bei der Lösungsfindung für Probleme der 3D-Druckindustrie behilflich sein. Schon seit einiger Zeit ist GE Additive bemüht, die gängigen Probleme der 3D-Druckindustrie zu bewältigen. Mit dem Launch seines [...]

Der Beitrag GE Additive launched Manufacturing Partner Network (MPN) erschien zuerst auf – Das Magazin für 3D-Drucktechnologien.

Triumph, Carpenter and Honda push 3D printing strategies with GE Additive

Continuing the momentum of its recently launched Manufacturing Partner Network (MPN), award winning OEM GE Additive has announced three new 3D printing agreements at Farnborough International Airshow 2018. The first of these agreements is with the aerospace branch of Honda R&D Co. Ltd. in Japan. The second is with international aerospace service, structure, system and support […]

GE Additive launches Manufacturing Partner Network with Protolabs, Carpenter and Burloak

More 3D printing news from this week’s Farnborough International Airshow as GE Additive launches a Manufacturing Partner Network (MPN). The MPN is described by GE Additive as an “Ecosystem approach” that will create “an open, competitive market”. The goal of the MPN is to tackle several issues the 3D printing industry must resolve before the […]

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 […]

GE Additive unlocks development mode for EBM metal 3D printing

From November GE Additive will be offering academic researchers the ability to access previously locked down features on the Arcam EBM A2X metal additive manufacturing systems. Access to development mode on electron beam melting industrial 3D printers typically comes with an additional fee, however GE Additive are hoping that by providing existing customers free access […]

New GE patent for additive manufacturing blockchain points towards industrialisation of 3D printing

Our series looking at trends in additive manufacturing for end-use production highlighted the increasing industrial of AM, but identified several areas where hurdles are yet to be fully overcome. Of these, verification and validation of additive manufactured components is seen many in the 3D printing industry as a significant barrier to the widespread adoption of […]

GE meldet Patent für Blockchain-Ledger zum Schutz von 3D-Modellen an

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General Electrics, einer der größten US-amerikanischen Mischkonzerne, reichte nun ein Patent für dessen Blockchain-Ledger ein, um Build-Dateien sowie Material-ID’s von 3D-Modellen mittels vernetzten Datensätzen zu schützen. Grundsätzlich hält General Electrics bereits in vielen Branchen Einzug. Zu diesem zählen beispielsweise das Transportwesen, (teils erneuerbare) Energien, Gesundheit, Elektrotechnik, Finanzen sowie auch additive Fertigung. Nun präsentierte das Unternehmen [...]

Der Beitrag GE meldet Patent für Blockchain-Ledger zum Schutz von 3D-Modellen an erschien zuerst auf – Das Magazin für 3D-Drucktechnologien.

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 […]