GE Additive

GE Additive is part of GE (NYSE: GE) - the world’s Digital Industrial Company, transforming industry with software-defined machines and solutions that are connected, responsive and predictive. GE Additive includes additive machine providers Concept Laser and ArcamEBM; along with additive material provider AP&C and additive service provider to the medical industry, DTI. As a notable user of additive technologies GE recognize the value and potential it brings to modern design and manufacturing. GE is organized around a global exchange of knowledge, the "GE Store," through which each business shares and accesses the same technology, resources and intellect. GE delivers better outcomes for customers by speaking the language of industry. www.ge.com/additive.

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GE Additive Education Program Open for Entries from Schools and Colleges

GE Additive Education Program Open for Entries from Schools and Colleges. (Photo: GE Additive, GEADPR007)Cincinnati, Ohio, February 2, 2018 – GE Additive is now accepting applications from schools and colleges for the 2018 cycle of its Additive Education Program (AEP). The application is live on the GE Additive website at www.ge.com/additive. The deadline for applications is February 28, 2018.

Additive redesign of an oil header: Small part – big impact

Comparison of two-part oil header (left) and one-part 3D oil header with improved lubricating action (right). (Photo: Concept Laser GmbH, GEADPR006)Lichtenfels (Germany), February 2, 2018 – Surprising component solutions are not unusual in the world of manufacturing. But the extent to which they are changing our previous view of manufacturing is reflected in a small 3D metal printed part from Bosch in Bamberg. In the assembly of common rail injectors (CRI), a conventionally machined part has been replaced by a metal printed part. The object is a new oil header that wets a thread with oil in order to optimize the subsequent fitting of two components. We saw very clearly what the term redesign by AM really means.

Arcam AB delists from Nasdaq Stockholm exchange

Cincinnati, Ohio, January 30, 2018 – GE (NYSE: GE) today announces that Arcam AB has delisted from the Nasdaq (Stockholm) exchange. The last day of trading of Arcam stock was January 26, 2018.

Jason Oliver appointed head of GE Additive

Jason Oliver appointed head of GE Additive. (Photo: GE Additive, GEADPR004)Cincinnati, Ohio, January 10, 2018 – GE Additive has appointed Jason Oliver as CEO and Vice President, GE Additive. As CEO, Oliver will lead the GE Additive operations including Concept Laser, Arcam and GeonX, reporting to David L. Joyce, GE Vice Chairman. Oliver joined GE on January 1.

GE Additive reveals prototype of new binder jet machine

GE Additive reveals prototype of new binder jet machine.
(Photo: GE Additive, GEADPR003)Cincinnati, 13 December 2017 – GE Additive has released the first image of a prototype of a brand new additive machine (project name H1) based on binder jet technology that will eventually challenge the need for castings. Further iterations of this machine will be made in early 2018 with the first production machines being shipped mid-2018.

GE Additive acquires GeonX to strengthen software simulation capabilities

Pictured from Left to Right: Michel Delanaye, co-founder and CEO, GeonX, Mohammad Ehteshami, Vice President and General Manager, GE Additive, Laurent D'Alvise co-founder and CEO, GeonX.  (Photo: GE Additive, GEADPR002)Frankfurt am Main (Germany), November 16, 2017 – GE Additive announced today that it has acquired GeonX, a privately-owned developer of simulation software. Terms of the deal are not being disclosed.

GE Additive unveils first BETA machine from its Project Atlas program

GE Additive unveils first BETA machine from its Project Atlas program. (Photo: GE Additive, GEADPR001)Frankfurt am Main (Germany), November 14, 2017 – GE Additive today unveiled the first BETA machine developed as part of its Project A.T.L.A.S program. The meter-class, laser powder-bed fusion machine has been developed to provide manufacturers of large parts and components with a scalable solution that can be configured and customized to their own specific industry applications.