GE builds 3D printing factory in Prague, to 3D print engine parts for next-gen Cessna Denali

| October 21, 2016

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3D printing is making a name for itself in the Czech Republic. Locals can actually see 3D printed parts driving around the city of Prague already, as the 4ekolka 3D printed electric city car is being tested on the city’s open roads. But even more 3D printing activity will hit the region in a few years from now, as GE and the Czech government just announced plans to build a new 3D printing factory outside of Prague.

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