GE Additive's Turkish Joint Venture Adds Systems

June 20, 2019

GE Additive announced this week at the Paris Air Show that TusaÅŸ Engine Industries, Inc. (TEI) has made a significant investment in its direct metal laser melting (DMLM) technology with the purchase of two GE Additive M Line Factory DMLM systems and two M2 cusing machines.

TEI, founded in 1985 as a joint venture between GE Aviation and Turkish Aerospace Industries, the Turkish Armed Forces Foundation and the Turkish Aeronautical Association, has manufactured more than 1000 different parts across a wide range of products for the global and Turkish aviation industry and offers OEM services for more than 40 different types of military and commercial engine programs.

The new GE Additive M Line Factory and M2 systems will be installed at TEI’s headquarters in EskiÅŸehir, Turkey, and will complement the company’s existing fleet of laser and Arcam EBM machines.
Industry-Related Terms: Direct metal laser melting (DMLM)
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See also: GE Additive

Technologies: Directed-Energy Systems


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