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3-D Printing At the 3-D printing tradeshow Formnext in November, GE Additive (Paris, France; www.ge.com) unveiled a laser-powder additive manufacturing machine with a 1-m3 build envelope. The machine, said to be the world’s largest laser-powder system, will be used to make structural components for jet engines in the aerospace industry, as well as parts for the power, oil-and-gas and automotive industries. GE says the build geometry of the machine will be customizable and scalable for each project, and its feature resolution and build-rate speeds will equal or exceed current additive machines. GE also says the machine, known as Atlas, is designed to be used with multiple materials, including non-reactive and reactive materials (such as aluminum and titanium).
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