3D printing is more than a process—it’s an engineering art form. Just ask our engineers. Pictured here is the CT7 engine that powers helicopters and turboprop planes. With the help of advanced 3D printing techniques, a team of GE engineers combined what used to be 905 parts into just 16 pieces for more efficient manufacturing. Head to the link in our bio for the full story. #GE#technology#3Dprinting Photo by @geaviation
#DYK helium is a necessary ingredient to keep an MRI functioning? Liquid helium cools the magnets to minus 452 degrees Fahrenheit, just above absolute zero. But there’s currently a shortage of helium in the U.S. That’s where Freelium comes in. Freelium is advanced magnet technology that only requires 10 liters of liquid helium, whereas conventional MRIs need as much as 10,000 liters. #GE#healthcare Photo by @seenewphoto
A #DRONEWEEK view of Lombok, Indonesia, where some of our mobile TM2500 #gasturbines live. Derived from our CF6 aircraft engine, the TM2500 is like a #jetengine on wheels. It takes only 11 days to install and operate and 10 minutes to reach full power. Twenty TM2500's can deliver 500MW to nearly 4 million homes in Indonesia, creating a microgrid that brings reliable power to a country made up of thousands of islands. Head to the link in our bio for more. #dronestagram#FromWhereIDrone#droneoftheday#dronenerds
If you missed any of #DRONEWEEK , or just want to revisit the adventure, swipe through to see everywhere we explored last week. For a more in-depth look at our latest #renewableenergy technology and the impact it’s making around the world, head to the link in our bio. #ICYMI#GE#dronenerds#dronestagram
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