Education and Metal 3D Printing: GE Additive Announces New AEP Cycle, Work with Bosch to Optimize and Redesign Oil Header

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Last year, GE Additive announced that it would invest $10 million over five years in the educational initiative GE Additive Education Program (AEP). The initiative was designed to nurture and develop the skills of tomorrow’s additive manufacturing experts, starting with making sure that students have access to the necessary resources and equipment – like polymer and metal 3D printers.

This past spring, GE Additive selected over 400 schools around the world to receive 3D printers as part of the program, and today, the company announced that it is now accepting entries from colleges and K-12 schools for this year’s cycle.   Education and Metal 3D Printing: GE Additive Announces New AEP Cy

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