Introducing “Build Your Own Jet Engine,” an assembly kit perfect for that aviation geek in your life. This 3D printed model fits comfortably on desks, mantelpieces, and most birthday cakes. Today, July 11, 2014, you can enter to win one at artsandaircraft.com. The fine print says that you must be 18 or over and a resident of the U.S. for us to send you one. Additionally, Tumblr didn’t endorse, administer, sponsor or additively manufacture these engines, and only the GE social media team will receive participant information.
Over the past week, we’ve been 3D printing something badass, and this piece of it is pretty bangin’. Check back tomorrow to see the entirety of our latest creation, brought to you by additive manufacturing.
Our 3D printers are fired up and working on our newest badass machine. We’ll be putting all the pieces together on Friday, but in the meantime, can you guess what we’re printing? Hint: On a real version of this machine, these components would be helping to put the squeeze on.
AsapSCIENCE and GE team up to debunk seven popular myths about the brain in the video above. Read more about how GE researchers are using advanced technology to uncover new insights into the brain’s functionality here.