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3D Printing News Sliced: SHINING 3D, BeAM, Lulzbot, Stratasys, Koffin

The last Sliced 3D printing news digest of the week, today we feature, a story that brings new meaning for 3D printing a cradle to grave file; new business partnerships from Nano Dimension, EOS, and Authentise; a $9 million research fund; and other additive manufacturing applications, research and hardware releases. Latest business partnerships Process automation […]

GE Aviation celebrates 30,000th 3D printed fuel nozzle

The GE Aviation plant in Auburn, Alabama, this week celebrated the successful shipping of it’s 30,000th 3D printed fuel nozzle tip. Installed within GE’s LEAP jet engine, the nozzle has been made at the facility since 2018 and marks a significant milestone for production-scale additive manufacturing. Ricardo Acevedo, plant leader for GE Aviation Auburn, comments, “This […]

GE Transportation to introduce 250 3D printed locomotive parts by 2025

According to reports in UK rail industry authority the Railway Gazette GE is looking to apply additive manufacturing to components for its locomotives. If all goes according to plan, this could mean that in the next seven years GE Transportation will have an inventory of up to 250 3D printed train components. A pilot initiative for 3D […]

GE Transportation to introduce 250 3D printed locomotive parts by 2025

According to reports in UK rail industry authority the Railway Gazette GE is looking to apply additive manufacturing to components for its locomotives. If all goes according to plan, this could mean that in the next seven years GE Transportation will have an inventory of up to 250 3D printed train components. A pilot initiative for 3D […]

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 […]

F-35 stealth fighter gets boost from 3D printing

United States’ Hill Air Force Base, Utah, is planning the use of 3D printing to replace parts on the F-35, a stealth multirole fighter. The parts will be produced at the base’s 388th Maintenance Group. The 388th Maintenance Group commander, Col. Michael Miles said, “We’re always driving for speed, safety and quality.” In manufacturing replacement parts, 3D […]

Lockheed Martin 3D printed antenna database funded in NextFlex $12 millon offering

An additive manufacturing project at American global defense contractor Lockheed Martin has won the support of NextFlex, America’s Flexible Hybrid Electronics (FHE) Manufacturing Institute. This year the institute, which was formed by the U.S. Department of Defence (DoD) and FlexTech Alliance, split a fund of $12 million between a total of seven projects, led by […]

Lockheed Martin 3D printed antenna database funded in NextFlex $12 millon offering

An additive manufacturing project at American global defense contractor Lockheed Martin has won the support of NextFlex, America’s Flexible Hybrid Electronics (FHE) Manufacturing Institute. This year the institute, which was formed by the U.S. Department of Defence (DoD) and FlexTech Alliance, split a fund of $12 million between a total of seven projects, led by […]

Ricoh Europe study suggests that additive manufacturing-based curriculum will equip the next generation of young professionals

Educational additive manufacturing programs are becoming more common within colleges and universities From the GE Additive Education Program (AEP), which saw GE investing $10 million over five years towards polymer and metal 3D printers for colleges and universities around the world, to the MakerBot Certification Program, which trains classroom educators into 3D printing experts, it […]

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

GE reicht Patent für Blockchain Ledger zum Schutz von 3D Modellen ein 300x123 - GE meldet Patent für Blockchain-Ledger zum Schutz von 3D-Modellen an

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 [...]

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