GE combines cold spray with robotics to 3D print bigger and better objects

GE combines cold spray with robotics to 3D print bigger and better objects

Scientists at GE are combining gas dynamic “cold spray” deposition technology with robotics and machine learning to build and repair metal parts using additive manufacturing with greater precision. GE scientists Leo Ajdelsztajn , Joe Vinciquerra , and their teams are further developing the cold spray technology so that metal parts can be 3D printed on a larger scale (unconfined by the build volume of a 3D printer), and with greater precision, gradually improved by artificial intelligence. Cold Spray at supersonic speeds Cold spray is a material deposition process that involves the acceleration of solid powder particles using a supersonic […]

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