New GE lab creating opportunities for Clemson Students



Story Highlights

  • GE dedicates three advanced machines to Clemson University studies
  • 1,000 square feet inside GE’s Greenville-based Advanced Manufacturing Works dedicated to undergraduate & graduate students
  • Lab will create new educational opportunities, talent pipeline across South Carolina


GE Power’s Advanced Manufacturing Works facility in Greenville. Image Credit: GE

“Our state is a leader in advanced manufacturing and Clemson will continue to be a valuable resource for our industry partners,” said Clemson President James P. Clements.

Clemson University students, faculty and staff now have access to a new educational opportunity that will help advance manufacturing talent in South Carolina.

Students and staff are now able to learn and innovate using state-of-the-art 3D printing technology alongside General Electric (GE) engineers in the new Additive Manufacturing Lab at GE Power’s Advanced Manufacturing Works facility. The 1,000-square-foot space is Clemson’s first additive manufacturing lab housed at a corporate partner’s site.

The lab is part of a strategic partnership between Clemson and GE that will accelerate innovations in additive manufacturing, provide expanded educational opportunities for Clemson undergraduate and graduate students and create a robust engineering talent pipeline for industry across the state.

“This state-of-the-art lab will provide our students with a unique, hands-on learning experience and better prepare them for the work force. I am grateful to GE for providing our students with this opportunity,” said Clements.

“We know advanced manufacturing will continue transforming business around the globe and we’re leaders in the field,” said John Lammas, chief engineer and chief technology officer of GE Power.