GE Aviation Invests $50M to Create 3D Printing Facility

August 7, 2014
GE Aviation is investing $50 million to create a 3D printing production facility in Auburn, Alabama. The facility will be used to print over 100,000 fuel nozzles for the $75 billion worth of orders that have been placed for the company's next-generation jet engines that are scheduled to start flying in commercial airliners in 2016.
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