Just before Christmas, on December 22, GE Aviation undertook the first run of its new ATP engine at its Prague facility. The launch application for the ATP will be the Cessna Denali. The aircraft is scheduled to fly in late 2018, while the ATP certification testing...
It is nothing short of eye popping: 855 parts reduced to 12? GE’s ATP is going to be an amazing piece of technology. It certainly will show case the company’s additive manufacturing capabilities. Lower weight and better fuel burn are equally impressive...
GE has been at the forefront of additive manufacturing for a while. Though not alone in seeing the benfits from this technology, GE is touting an interesting example of what this means. They explain that their new ATP has 855 parts eliminated because of additive...
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