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GE Additive sets date for Concept Laser M Line Factory shipments, announces a suite of build preparation software services and unveils a new material product through AP&C. Read more

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GE Additive has made a further two announcements from Farnborough International Airshow, which sees partnerships with Triumph Group and Honda Aircraft Engine R&D Center begin. Read more

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Five universities throughout Europe and North America will receive a Concept Laser Mlab 200R machine as the 2018/19 cycle of GE Additive’s Additive Education Program comes to a close. Read more

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GE Additive has updated the build chamber, gas flow system, and software of the Concept Laser M2 cusing range of 3D printing machines. Read more

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GE Additive has today revealed ongoing developments in machines, materials and services and how it foresees the progression of additive manufacturing (AM). Read more

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GE has announced Arcam AB has delisted from the Nasdaq (Stockholm) exchange, weeks after the company purchased controlling shares in the company. Read more

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Roush, a full-service product development supplier, has invested in a Concept Laser Xline 2000R metal additive manufacturing (AM) system, after also adding FDM, laser sintering, and topology optimisation capabilities to its repertoire. Read more

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GE and Concept Laser have broken ground on a new facility which will be the setting for research and development, as well as production, service and logistics. Read more

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Dan O'Connor reports from the unveiling of GE Additive's beta machine from the A.T.L.A.S project feature meter class build volume for metal 3D printing. Read more

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GE Additive has announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with GKN, a global engineering group. Read more

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Laura Griffiths finds out how Concept Laser and GoEngineer re-engineered an off-the-shelf RC car chassis into an optimised, singular metal AM component. Read more

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GE's new "ATLAS" technology demonstrator will feature a 1000mm x 1000mm x 1000mm build volume designed specifically for the aerospace industry. Read more

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Concept Laser, the German 3D printing company, has used one of its Mlab cusing machines to produce a copy of a bronze horse rider figure from an early Celtic chieftain’s grave near Unlingen, Germany. Read more

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GE Additive has made a significant step in its commitment to accelerate the adoption of additive manufacturing by establishing the first of several Customer Experience Centers. Read more

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Concept Laser has further expanded its reach into the aerospace sector after a Wright-Patterson Air Force Base engineering school purchased an M2 cusing machine. Read more

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Concept Laser has revealed its LaserCUSING process has been leveraged by a leading player in the craniomaxillofacial (CMF) surgery field to produce patient-specific implants with titanium. Read more

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Concept Laser has announced a partnership agreement with GoEngineer, a technology and software supplier. The aim is to utilise the market-leading strengths of both companies to expand their respective footprints in metal additive manufacturing. Read more

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Three months after it required a 75% stake in the AM company, GE is moving fast with its expansion plans for Concept Laser with more staff and bigger HQ. Read more

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The US Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) has strengthened its focus on additive manufacturing by taking on Concept Laser’s 3D metal printing technology for rapid prototyping and materials research. Read more

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GE has added the Roboze One+400 industrial 3D printer to support the company’s global research and development processes. GE will use Roboze’s flagship product for producing and testing durable 3D parts from 13 high thermoplastic materials. Read more

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