Saturday, December 15, 2018

The Devil Is In The Details: So, You 3D-Printed A Part...

by Tomas Kellner 3D printing has rightfully gotten a lot of buzz because of the marvels it can do. Also known as additive manufacturing, it has...

A Friend In High Places: New GE Company Aims To Ease...

 by Fred GuterlThink of all the work that drones could be doing right now. They could be fighting Zika-carrying mosquitos in Florida, inspecting gas pipelines...

A Recipe For Success: Software And Data Help Food Packaging Companies...

 by Amy KoverThe Swiss-based company SIG is one of the unsung heroes on food’s journey from orchards and fields to your kitchen cabinet.That’s because SIG...

Hot Off The Press: 3D Printing Has Pushed This Gas Turbine...

In 2012, Andrew Passmore thought he had taken a machine to its limits. His team of engineers had just upgraded a gas turbine powerful enough...

Forensic Files: GE’s “CSI” Team On The Case To Enable Trace...

Located deep within GE’s Global Research Center in Niskayuna, New York, the lab looks like a set for a “CSI” episode. Inside, four scientists...

For The Record: GE Onshore Wind Turbines In North America Can...

Iowa may conjure up images of sweeping cornfields dotted with farms, but this Midwestern state has been at the forefront of wind energy technology...

Handheld ultrasound aids patient care, prehospital and in mid air

Airborne within five minutes of receiving an emergency call, New Zealand’s Otago Regional Rescue Helicopter service is equipped with life rafts, stretchers, portable oxygen,...

It’s time to pay attention to additive manufacturing

“In the past, design engineers were always asking themselves: Can the factory actually make this? Those constraints are gone, and shapes that in the...

Bright Lights: Connected LEDs From GE Illuminate The Future of Lighting

by Kristin KloberdanzIn 1912, in East Cleveland, Ohio, engineers at GE’s National Electric Lamp Association (NELA) Park buried a time capsule inside a hollow cornerstone...