For the ready

For those who are not ready, taking the leap to metal additive manufacturing can be intimidating. At GE, we have successfully traversed the path to metal additive production and are ready to share our experiences to help you fast track additive into your company. 
Whenever you’re ready, we’re ready.

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Join us on a walk-through of our virtual Customer Experience Center where you can explore our products and get industry information, white papers and customer stories in a 360° environment.

A faster ROI starts with a business plan

No longer a newcomer to the industry, metal additive manufacturing (AM) is a growing technology that gives companies a competitive advantage and a positive ROI. With lower barriers to entry than ever before, including reduced costs and an increasingly skilled workforce, more industries can adopt proven processes and begin to map out a plan for how additive can improve their business.

Create a comprehensive business case and move to production – faster –
with the four steps outlined in this playbook. 


Not All Titanium Grades are Created Equal: Oxygen Content in Grade 5 and Grade 23 Powders

Date: Wednesday, September 08, 2021
Time: 10:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time

Join this webinar to learn how oxygen content varies across particle size distribution of titanium powder during storage, handling and printing. Re-use strategies and recycling methods to bring the oxygen content back into specification ranges will also be discussed.

Spinal Implant Whitepaper

Additive manufacturing allows the industry to move towards true patient-specific devices. 

Download our whitepaper "From Powder to Spinal Cage Production: Added Value for Spinal Implants through Additive Manufacturing," in which we share some insights into additive spinal cage production and its surface topography.


For the ready

As the world’s leading power user of additive technologies, we’ve seen firsthand how powerful additive manufacturing can be to an organization’s top and bottom lines. See how GE Additive can help minimize your learning curve with our proven solutions to common challenges, every step of the way. 

Industry Outcomes

  1. Aerospace

    GA-ASI completes first test flight with metal 3D-printed part

    General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc (GA-ASI) marks an important technology milestone as its first metal additively manufactured part takes to the skies on a SkyGuardian Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA) test flight.

  2. Medical

    Speed & Scale in the Spinal Sector

    Tsunami Medical deploys a fleet of four Concept Laser DMLM Mlab systems from GE Additive to drive innovation, speed and productivity gains in the spinal implant sector.
  3. Manufacturing

    Increasing manufacturing and operating efficiencies through additive component redesign and production.

    GE Additive has been working closely with an automotive parts team at Bosch in Bamberg, Germany to redesign an integral engine component using additive manufacturing to improve process and operational efficiencies.

  4. Automotive

    HRE Wheels is revolutionizing the wheel with additive manufacturing

  5. Lifestyle

    Callaway Golf Company is breaking the mold by redesigning putter heads with Additive Manufacturing

    Callaway Golf Company, a leading manufacturer of high-performance golf equipment, has signed a consultancy agreement with GE Additive’s AddWorks team to help it harness the potential of additive manufacturing. The first project resulting from the agreement is a redesigned Odyssey R-Ball Prototype putter head. Odyssey is Callaway Golf’s putter brand and the #1 Putter in Golf®.

  6. Oil & Gas

    GE Oil & Gas uses 3D printing in futuristic Talamona plant

    For GE Oil & Gas applications, additive technology has facilitated the development of finely tuned designs for the combustor swirler – the part that mixes fuel into the burner. Originally constructed from four externally sourced components, the additive process enables the part to be printed in one piece, making it stronger and more reliable.
  7. Food & Beverage

    Spare parts on demand for the beverage industry using 3D metal printing

    Jung & Co. Gerätebau GmbH, a specialist in stainless steel components, relies on Additive Manufacturing to ensure that spare parts for beverage filling plants are available more quickly.
  8. Consumer Electronics

    Flextronics engineers in China use additive to design new conformal cooling channels

    Flextronics Manufacturing has been using GE Additive's Concept Laser M2 Multilaser machine for over a year to metal 3D print structural components for consumer electronics just 1.5 mm wide, accelerating device cooling by more than 20%.

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