The concept of printing metal parts for aerospace applications in place of traditional forging and casting may be in its infancy, but General Electric says the revolution in additive manufacturing for aircraft engines is approaching quickly, and on an unprecedented scale. “It is the breakthrough we have been waiting for,” says GE Aviation Vice President for Additive Integration Mohammed Ehteshami. “In engineering we always do a trade between weight, cost and efficiency, ...
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