GE financing to stimulate growth in additive manufacturing

The GE Additive business will collaborate with GE Capital to sell and finance metal additive manufacturing machines.

Digital industrial company GE (Boston, MA) has announced that its GE Additive business will collaborate with GE Capital to sell and finance metal additive manufacturing machines. Manufacturing companies will now have more ways to access transformative 3D printing technology, spurring growth in several critical industrial markets, including medical, aerospace, automotive, and machining.

GE Capital will develop a range of customized financial solutions for its customers. These solutions will allow GE Additive customers the ability to access strategic and flexible financing solutions to acquire this transformative manufacturing technology in countries around the globe.

GE has invested approximately $1.5 billion in advanced manufacturing and additive technologies, in addition to building a global network of additive manufacturing centers focused on advancing the science. The company also recently acquired a 75% stake in Concept Laser and 76% of the shares in Arcam—two producers of metal additive manufacturing machines.

For more information, please visit www.geadditive.com.

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