Dec. 11, Printed Electronics World: Ten short years ago, nobody was putting 3D printing into mass production. Fast forward one decade and the world leader in jet engines, GE, are 3D printing over 100,000 fuel nozzles for their next-generation LEAP gas turbines. Perhaps more surprising is that 3D printed electronics, a subject barely heard of more than a year ago, is now also being put into mass production by Optomec.

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