We’ll rest when the islands of Indonesia have reliable power outlets. We’ll take a break when anyone in rural Africa can flip a switch and get light. We’ll stop when the world—all of it—has power. Photo by @seenewphoto
Technology doesn’t build itself. Here’s to the people who bring progress and possibility to every corner of the planet each and every day. #EmployeeAppreciationDay
Why does Kristen Hough, GE wind turbine technician, scale 320-foot wind turbines every day? Because somewhere in her hometown of Tumbler Ridge, someone needs power.
Every two seconds, a GE-powered aircraft takes off. As long as you have family to see or cities to explore, we’ll keep getting you there.
In a 125,000 sq. foot building outside of Pittsburgh, PA, you’ll find a group of dedicated GE employees working on the future of manufacturing. The @GEAdditive Customer Experience Center is chock-full of cutting-edge machines—like Electron Beam Melting (EBM) printers—that build parts up from metal alloy powder. Bryan Bossong, Jessica Gonzalez, and Ed (G) Rowley (first photo) are part of the team responsible for managing parts from computer design to machine delivery. These new lean processes allow us to create complex parts faster and with less waste. Efficiency FTW. #additivemanufacturing#3Dprinting#manufacturing : @ilitchpeters
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