Swipe through for a glimpse of what goes on in our MRI magnet factory in Florence, SC. In the first photo, a welder assembles the shell of a #GE 1.5 Tesla magnet. Second, 125 miles of copper and niobium titanium wires are wound along the interior of a 3 Tesla magnet. Finally, helium is injected into the finished magnet as the final step of the MRI machine manufacturing process. Photos by @seenewphoto
One of the ways we test whether a #jet engine is sturdy enough for flight is by putting it through rigorous testing to simulate real world conditions, from frightening sand storms to ice slabs as thick as cutting boards. Here’s a look at the GEnx engine installed for testing at our facility in Winnipeg. Photo by @noahkalina#avgeek
Take a peak at the interior of a GP7200 #enginephotographed by @adamsenatori at the Emirates & #GE Engine Maintenance Center in Dubai, UAE. The GP7200 powers the Airbus A380 and is produced by Engine Alliance, a joint venture between GE and Pratt & Whitney. #avgeek
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