Turkish joint venture company TUSAS Engine Industries (TEI) has acquired four new 3D printing machines from GE Additive.
Turkish joint venture company TUSAS Engine Industries (TEI) has acquired four new 3D printing machines from GE Additive.

Turkish joint venture company TUSAS Engine Industries (TEI) has acquired four new 3D printing machines from GE Additive.

This comprises two M LINE factory systems and two M2 cusing machines. Financial terms were not disclosed.

TEI was founded in 1985 between GE Aviation and Turkish Aerospace Industries, the Turkish Armed Forces Foundation and the Turkish Aeronautical Association and makes aerospace parts for the global and Turkish aviation industry.

The new GE Additive M Line Factory and M2 systems will be installed at TEI’s headquarters in the city of Eskisehir along with the company’s existing fleet of laser and Arcam EBM machines.

This story uses material from GE Additive, with editorial changes made by Materials Today. The views expressed in this article do not necessarily represent those of Elsevier.