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Additive manufacturing for Gas Turbine and Aerospace applications
19 Aug 2020

Our first virtual lecture was supported by General Electric & Josh Mook, on additive manufacturing for Gas Turbines and Aerospace applications.

136 participants attended our first webinar and the audience was active in a 20 minute question and answer session that followed.

Josh shared his experience in additive manufacturing, also known as 3D printing, and how its transformative approach to industrial production that enabled the creation of lighter, stronger parts and systems. This will also lead to a shift in how industry and education approaches this paradigm shift.

As an engineering leader for GE Additive, Josh Mook is leading a team to accelerate additive adoption across the world and to facilitate customers on their own additive design and manufacturing journeys.

Josh joined GE Aviation in 2005 as a product design engineer and has spent 12 years advancing his career in design and development of GE's commercial and military engines. In 2008, Josh joined the GEnx airfoils team where he led design programs for flowpath hardware. In 2011, he was selected to lead the LEAP fuel nozzle design team through design and certification. As the leader of an additive engine demonstrator program later named the A-CT7, Josh oversaw fast-track development and testing of a derivative engine that enabled a more than 8 percent reduction in engine weight and an 8 percent reduction in cost. 

You may view the recorded webinar by registering via the link below.