Ted Anderson is the Industrialization Leader for GE Additive. His team is focused on helping customers get their additive manufacturing applications to production. Prior to joining GE Additive, he spent 5 years with GE Aviation and was involved in the LEAP fuel nozzle, the GE9X TiAl blade, the 50% printed tech demonstration engine, the Catalyst turboprop engine and various R&D projects. He is also a certifying agent at GE for the laser and electron beam technologies and a special process auditor. Previous to joining GE, he worked as a contractor at NASA’s MSFC managing the Rapid Prototyping Lab working on a wide variety of R&D programs on multiple additive manufacturing platforms. Prior to being a contractor to NASA, he was the second Arcam employee in North America working field service and applications for the EBM technology. Ted holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin – Platteville, a M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Georgia Tech and an M.B.A from the University of Alabama in Huntsville. He received his Additive Manufacturing Certification from SME in 2013 at the RAPID conference in Pittsburgh. He is a 2017 AMUG DINO award recipient and has lead the aerospace, transportation and DoD track for AMUG since 2015.