GE's Big 3D Printing Moves You May Have Missed During The Paris Air Show

General Electric (GE) scored more than $31 billion in orders at the 2017 Paris Air Show, but some of its other interesting moves this week were in 3D printing.

The industrial conglomerate inked 3D printing collaborations Wednesday with Swiss industrial heavyweight Oerlikon and French aeronautical company Lauak.

GE said Tuesday it is working on a massive 3D printer for jet engine parts, describing it as the world's largest "laser-powder additive machine," capable of producing parts that...

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