GE Additive

9701 Windisch Rd., Ste. 100
West Chester, OH 45069 US


As Seen In Additive Manufacturing

Autodesk and GE Additive collaborate on a design-to-print environment.

Autodesk and GE Additive Collaborate on Design-to-Print Workflow
Autodesk and GE Additive work together to simplify metal additive manufacturing by connecting all phases of additive manufacturing.

Additively manufacturing bracket

First Additive Manufactured Part to Be Installed on GE Engines
The FAA has given “change in design” approval for additively manufactured power door opening system (PDOS) brackets.

Customer Experience Center machines

AM Conference: Industrializing Additive Manufacturing
GE Additive shares the key technologies needed to transition additive manufacturing into end-product production.

Proto Precision Manufacturing Solutions’ Arcam Q10+ installed at The Ohio State University’s Center for Design and Manufacturing Excellence

How Investing in Metal AM Is Different
GE Capital helps manufacturers finance additive manufacturing equipment, but the investment goes beyond the 3D printer. Production AM demands a production infrastructure, and requires a long-term strategic approach.

Concept Laser M2 machines

GE Additive Launches Manufacturing Partner Network
The first three partners to join the network are Burloak Technologies, Carpenter Technology and Protolabs Inc. 

GE Additive

GE Additive Introduces Arcam EBM Spectra H
The electron beam melting (EBM) melting system offers a large build volume and is designed to handle high-heat and crack-prone materials.

Peter Zelinski, Additive Manufacturing, and Greg Morris, GE Additive

Video: Advice to Manufacturers Getting Ready to Start in Additive
“It can be daunting,” says GE’s Greg Morris. “You have to make some tough decisions while things are not going well.” And yet, as he looks to the future of additive manufacturing, he says, “There is probably going to be a shortage of supply, not demand.”

Concept Laser M2 Cusing from GE Additive

GE Additive Releases Updated Concept Laser M2 Cusing Machines
Updates to the Concept Laser M2 Cusing and M2 Cusing Multilaser machines provide users with an increased level of productivity and reliability.

additive manufacturing panel discussion with peter zelinski, greg morris, john deere, smith nephew, bj specialty, tangible solutions

Video: “I Think You Ignore Additive Manufacturing at Your Peril”
I check in with Greg Morris of GE Additive, hearing his views on AM’s continuing promise and importance. Representatives of John Deere, Smith & Nephew, B&J Specialty and Tangible Solutions share their views on the same question.

Dr. Matthew Beaumont, GE Additive

A Journey through Additive at GE's Customer Experience Center
Additive Manufacturing’s Field of Dreams: GE’s new Customer Experience Center aims to accelerate AM’s adoption around the world.

metal 3D printer interior

GE Additive Education Program Open for Entries
GE is investing $10 million over five years in educational programs to deliver 3D printers to schools around the world.

AM test rig at GE Global Research Center (GRC)

What GE’s Machine Learning Ecosystem Will Mean for Additive Manufacturing
At GE’s Global Research Center in upstate New York, engineers join forces to build a digital library of additive research.

Roush Xline 2000R from Concept Laser and GE Additive

Roush Takes Delivery of Large-Scale Powder-Bed System
The company's investment in additive manufacturing equipment includes the Xline 2000R, said to be the largest powder-bed metal AM system available.

Jason Oliver, CEO and VP, GE Additive

GE Additive Appoints CEO
Jason Oliver has been named CEO and vice president of GE Additive, as Mohammad Ehteshami transitions to an advisory role.

Frank Herzog, founder, Concept Laser

GE and Concept Laser Aim to Lead Digital Transformation of Industrial Production
European correspondent Barbara Schulz spoke to Concept Laser founder Frank Herzog to find out how the dynamic between the German company and U.S.-based GE forms the perfect symbiosis to grow a global AM business.

Laurent D'Alvise, Mohammad Ehteshami and Michel Delanaye

GE Additive Acquires Simulation Software Developer
GeonX is the maker of Virfac simulation software for additive manufacturing, welding, machining and heat treatment processes in various industries.

GE Project H1 binder jet

GE Additive Reveals Binder Jet Machine Prototype
The H1 machine was developed from concept to first print in 47 days, the company says. 

GE and Concept Laser Break Ground

GE and Concept Laser Break Ground in Lichtenfels, Germany
The building is designed to serve as a hub for the companies' 3D printing interests in Europe. 

GE Additive’s large-formal ATLAS metal 3D printer as seen at Formnext

The Size Limit on Powder-Bed Machines Has Now Been Overcome, Says GE
Innovations enabling the new ATLAS machine are scalable to even bigger parts than the component shown at Formnext.

GE Additive Atlas Beta machine

GE Unveils First Beta Machine from Project ATLAS Program
The Beta machine offers improved resolution and build rates speeds for powder-bed laser fusion.

Product Categories of GE Additive

Material for Additive Manufacturing - Metal
Training and Consultancy Services—Additive Manufacturing