GE’s ‘Printed Turboprop’ Seen As Catalyst

LAS VEGAS—The world’s most “printed engine”—GE’s new Advanced Turboprop in which additive manufacturing replaces 855 normally made parts with just 12 “printed” components—is on track to run for the first time at year’s end in Prague. It will power Cessna’s new Denali aircraft.The ATP, which GE has...

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