Last spring, the Center for Additive Manufacturing and Logistics (CAMAL) unveiled its newest 3D laser printer. The printer, donated by the Additive Education Program of GE, was given to help speed up the growth of additive manufacturing in the Center. A year later, GE was back to see the results of their investment. The first day of the two-day event featured CAMAL and what they have been working on for the last 12 months. On day two, CAMAL opened the floor to other speakers including former GE Additive Technologies Growth Leader Greg Morris and current GE Additive Manufacturing Engineering Leader Mark Meyer. The event was a success as GE left excited about what they could expect to see in the future.
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