July 28, 2017
GE has given an inside look into its 3D printed advanced turboprop (ATP) engine.
The ATP engine is set to propel Textron Aviation’s upcoming Cessna Denali business aircraft. With 1,300 horsepower, the engine will undergo testing later this year before flight testing in 2018.
GE is currently showcasing a mock-up of the engine at the EAA AirVenture airshow in Oshkosh, which takes place July 24th-30th.READ MORE: https://3dprintingindustry.com/news/closer-look-ges-3d-printed-atp-aircraft-engine-119268/
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