FusiA Aeroadditive invests in its first AM system from GE Additive Concept Laser

June 20, 2019

FusiA Aeroadditive invests in its first AM system from GE Additive Concept Laser

From left to right: Marie-Christine Hay (Safran), Patrick Sibieta, Christine Limat-Chanal and Cyrille Chanal (FusiA AeroAdditive), Neil Siddons (GE Additive), Alain Mages and Myrtille Comte (REPMO), GE Additive’s sales partner for France, at the Paris Air Show (Courtesy GE Additive)


GE Additive announced during the Paris Air Show, June 17–23, 2019, that FusiA Aeroadditive, Toulouse, France, part of the French group Freyssinet AeroEquipment and the Canadian FusiA Group, is investing in its first GE Additive Concept M2 multi-laser system.

FusiA Aeroadditive is said to have more than eight years of experience in metal Additive Manufacturing and is an ISO 9001 and AS/EN/JISQ 9001 certified tier-1 supplier to the aerospace industry. The company states that its customers include Airbus, Bombardier and Safran, and is also closely involved in a number of AM research projects.

“As our business scales we have made the strategic decision to transition over to GE Additive technology and invest first of all in a Concept Laser M2 platform,” stated Cyrille Chanal, CEO of FusiA Groupe. “Through its own additive journey, GE Additive brings deep experience of the specific needs of the highly-regulated aerospace industry and therefore the demands of our customers for reliable and repeatable technology.”

Jason Oliver, President & CEO, GE Additive, commented, “We’re honoured to welcome FusiA Aeroadditive as a customer. Yet another clear signal that the M2 is the system of choice for the aerospace industry.”



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