Additive technology has radically changed the way the world thinks about design, materials, processes and manufacturing — and GE is leading the way. GE Additive’s machines build parts layer-by-layer, enabling geometric freedom and previously unheard-of design possibilities.
GE and CFM power almost 5,000 engines in the U.S. Air Force. GE continues to work with the U.S. Air Force to improve aircraft performance and reduce life cycle costs.
Flavio Caciuffo, engineer at GE Aviation business, Avio Aero, had the unique opportunity this summer to be a part of the in-flight tests team on board GE Aviation’s Flying Test Bed during a test flight of the GE9X.
This summer, Engineering Design Center engineer Łukasz Grabowski became the vice-champion of the world in gliding.