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Concept Laser and GE Build 3D Campus

| Editor: Janina Seit

GE's subsidiary Concept Laser is expanding and planning a new location. The company intends to combine research, development and production in the "3D Campus".

The new 3D campus of Concept Laser at the Lichtenfels site: In the future, research and development as well as production and service will be combined under one roof on an area of around 35,000 square meters. The new premises are to be ready for occupancy at the beginning of 2019 and offer space for just under 700 workplaces.
( Source: Concept Laser )

Concept Laser
Concept Laser
( Source: Concept Laser )

According to a joint press release, GE and Concept Lasers are investing around € 100 million in a new location. The groundbreaking ceremony for the "3D-Campus" in Lichtenfels, Upper Franconia, is to take place in late 2017. Research and development, production, service and logistics will work under one roof on an area of around 35,000 m2.

The new premises are to be completed at the beginning of 2019 and offer space for just under 700 workplaces. Following the acquisition of Concept Laser and Arcam, GE has invested more than $ 1.5 billion (€ 1.37 billion) in 3D printing and additive manufacturing technologies.

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