GE’s Additive Drive And Aftermarket Implications

Engine manufacturers are pushing ahead with long-term plans for more additive manufacturing of engine parts.
Credit: GE Aviation
Leading MROs are pushing forward on printing polymer interior parts. But the much tougher additive manufacturing of safety-critical metal parts is a job for OEMs making new parts. Roland Berger project manager Tim Femmer divides additive metal prospects here into two kinds: large, structural parts...

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