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3d printing


GE Renewable Energy inaugurates 3D printing facility that will research more efficient ways to produce towers for wind turbines

Bergen, New York (April 21, 2022) – GE Renewable Energy today held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to inaugurate a new research and development facility that will conduct research on how to…


3D Printing: More Than Just a Cool Process, It Offers Real Benefits

3D printing is a process used to create an object by sequentially adding build material in successive cross-sections, one stacked upon another. It is a form of additive manufacturing. Once…


Neles has delivered its first valve with 3D printed valve body for field testing

Neles has delivered its first valve with a 3D printed valve body for field testing. Except for the body, the valve is a standard T5-series ball valve made of stainless…


BWXT: 3D Printing Breakthrough Could Speed Advanced Nuclear Reactor Development

BWX Technologies (BWXT) on Nov. 23 said it has demonstrated the ability to additively manufacture nickel-based super alloys and refractory-metal-based alloys for use in nuclear components. The company also said…


[VIDEO] POWER Insights: Nuclear Reactor with 3D-Printed Core Slated for Operation in 2023
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In the first installment of POWER’s brand new video interview series, POWER Insights, Kurt Terrani, technical director of the Transformational Challenge Reactor (TCR) program, talks to POWER Senior Associate Editor…