GE Aviation Claims Industry First For Additive Manufacturing In MRO

GE9X
The technique will be used to maintain the GE9X engine when the 777X enters service.
Credit: Jason Redmond/AFP/Getty Images
SINGAPORE—GE Aviation Engine Services Singapore (GE AESS) has introduced a new additive manufacturing technology for engine airfoil repair and manufacture which it claims as a first in the MRO industry. The move comes as GE AESS prepares to hire 300 new staff in 2022 to get ready for the expected...

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