It’s already been 30 years that TEI manufactures a wide range of products for the global and Turkish aviation industry. However, in recent years, the company has increasingly taken advantage of the potential of additive manufacturing technologies. Indeed, the company seems to be a real connoisseur of GE Additive brand since they will add the M Line Factory and M2 systems to their existing fleet of laser and Arcam EBM machines.
“Today, we invest in TEI’s future by investing in additive manufacturing, ‘the future of manufacturing.’ Our longstanding partnership and collaboration with GE is now broadening with GE Additive’s machine portfolio,” said Professor Dr. Mahmut Faruk Akşit, President & CEO, TEI.
A wide range of offering for the aerospace industry
GE Additive offers a wide selection when it comes to its aerospace customers. With Zenith Technica, we discovered that the company’s electron beam melting (EBM) technology can be used to manufacture 3D printed titanium and other metals.
Today Jason Oliver, President & CEO, GE Additive states that the M2 also remains a machine of choice for their aerospace customers – and for good reason. “It’s not only the work horse of our machine portfolio, but it meets the specific needs and demands of this highly-regulated industry.”
“And with so many aerospace customers on the cusp of industrialization, our M LINE Factory with its modular machine architecture, outstanding automation and reliability makes it the perfect solution to drive economical, scalable series production on an industrial scale,” Oliver added
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