GE Investing $10 Million in Two Educational Programs to Develop AM Talent

Published by , November 25, 2016 12:21 am

(MaterialsToday) GE plans to make a US$10 million investment over the next five years in two educational programs aimed at developing future talent in additive manufacturing (AM). GE said that enabling educational institutions to provide access to 3D printers could help accelerate the adoption of AM worldwide.
The investment includes US$8 million paid out over five years to subsidize up to 50 metal additive machines to colleges and universities around the world. Priority will be given to institutions with curriculum and/or research underway in the area of additive manufacturing.

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