Category Archives: GE

GE Research develops quantum-secure “powder to print” blockchain for 3D printing

A team from GE Research’s cutting-edge Forge Lab has developed a super-secure blockchain network for additive manufacturing. Designed to manage and protect 3D printing transactions from powder supply through to the finished product, this system encrypts data in a way that promises to withstand attack by quantum computers. Benjamin Beckmann, Blockchain Leader at GE Research, explains, “The demonstration […]

On-demand manufacturing service Xometry raises $50 million in equity funding

Xometry, a Maryland-based on-demand manufacturing and 3D printing service, has raised $50 million in equity funding. The funding round was led by Greenspring Associates, a venture capital firm in Maryland. Randy Altschuler, co-founder and CEO of Xometry, said, “We’re planning to invest these funds behind growth initiatives, product development and global expansion.” “Xometry’s vast network, massive […]

GE Research $2.5 M project attains 3D printed Ultra Performance Heat Exchanger

GE Research, the R&D wing of American conglomerate GE, has used 3D printing to design an ultra-efficient, low-emission heat exchanger for power generation equipment. Called UPHEAT (Ultra Performance Heat Exchanger enabled by Additive Technology), the heat exchanger is part of a $2.5 M project led by GE Research. The project was established through the Advanced […]

3D Printing Jobs Update: Roboze, Link3D, Carbon, BASF, BEEVERYCREATIVE

The 3D printing industry has seen several career shifts and new job opportunities over the past few months. Carbon, Link3D, Roboze, and BASF 3D Printing Solutions have all hired personnel recently, and there are a number of new opportunities cropping up from companies including BEEVERYCREATIVE, Assembrix, 3Dexter and Simplify3D If you’re searching for your next move […]

3D Printing Industry News Sliced: AMUG, Protolabs, Essentium, Renishaw and more

In this week’s edition of the 3D Printing Industry News digest Sliced, 3D printing forays into the world of food art; drone deliveries; white-collar boxing and art sculptures. We also cover the latest advancements and updates from the likes of Protolabs, GE Aviation and Renishaw. There are also updates regarding exhibitions and speakers for the […]

GE and LLNL to develop commercial multi-beam metal 3D printer

Under a project funded by national 3D printing development partner America Makes, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) is developing a commercial-grade, metal additive manufacturing system. Designed and built in collaboration with GE Global Research, the aim of the project is to develop a platform that could cut metal processing times in half. A research-grade, open-architecture metal 3D […]

GE launches 2019 Additive Education Program for primary and secondary schools

Award winning OEM GE Additive is now accepting applications from primary and secondary schools for the 2019/2020 cycle of its Additive Education Program (AEP). GE Additive, a subsidiary of American conglomerate General Electric (GE), set up the program in 2017 with plans of investing a total of $10 million over five years in educational programs […]

Optomec releases LENS CS 600 and CS 800 metal 3D printers

Albuquerque-based metal 3D printer manufacturer Optomec has released two new standalone systems, the LENS CS 600 and CS 800. Tom Cobbs, Optomec’s product manager, said, “The LENS CS 600 and CS 800 systems represent the latest in DED processing from precision deposition to cladding applications and extend our product portfolio to continue to provide high-value […]

GE und die Clemson University haben gemeinsames Lab für additive Fertigung eröffnet

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GE hat diese Woche mit der Clemson University ein neues Labor für Additive Fertigung eröffnet. Im Rahmen dieser strategischen Partnerschaft soll in dem Lab Innovationen in dem Bereich des 3D-Drucks vorangebracht werden. Ebenso sollen für Studenten erweiterte Ausbildungsmöglichkeiten geboten werden. Das Labor wird von dem Center for Advanced Manufacturing der Clemson University verwaltet werden. Vor [...]

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Bigger than a unicorn, further $160m funding for Desktop Metal breaks records

Desktop Metal, the MA-based metal 3D printer manufacturer, has closed a new $160 million funding round led by Koch Disruptive Technologies. The Series E round was led by Koch Disruptive Technologies (KDT), a venture capital and private equity firm with revenues over $110 billion and helmed by Chase Koch of the famed financier dynasty. Also […]