Advanced Powders and Coatings and Avio Aero PartnerJuly 26, 2018
GE Additive has announced that its materials division, AP&C, located in Montreal, Canada, has acquired the gas atomizer equipment currently installed at the aviation company Avio Aero’s plant in Cameri Italy. This new technology complements AP&C’s proprietary Advanced Plasma Atomization (APATM) process with plans to be operational by March 2019.
“The equipment moving to Canada means more volume and capabilities at our Cameri plant, [including] 3D-printing machines,” says Giacomo Vessia, Cameri plant leader, Avio Aero. “In addition to focusing on additive processes we will have the time and space to train and equip our existing and new team members with future manufacturing skills.”For more, click here.
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