GE Aviation has acquired the assets of Ohio-based Morris Technologies and its sister company Rapid Quality Manufacturing. The privately-held companies specialize in additive manufacturing, a technology GE called a “new star” in its portfolio (ATW Daily News, July 11). Both have supplied parts to GE for several years and have been contracted to produce components for the LEAP engine, GE said. The acquisition is part of a GE effort to expand its engineering and manufacturing ...

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