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Wabtec invests in additive manufacturing tech

Julia Mericle
Wabtec invests in additive manufacturing tech

On Wednesday, the company announced a strategic move in that direction with an investment in General Electric Additive’s H2 binder jet printer capabilities. “Additive technology is going to transform our business and products. “Our team can reimagine how to approach designing and testing products.” The company’s first H2 machine is currently in GE’s Additive Laboratory in Cincinnati, but will be moved to Wabtec’s new Grove City engine plant by the end of the year.