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Ms Amber Andreaco


Amber started her career in GE Aviation in 2005 as part of the Edison Engineering Development Program. In 2008, she joined the Materials Behavior organization, taking ownership of the mechanical characterization and analysis for additive materials, including the DMLM Co-Cr characterization in support of the LEAP fuel nozzle as well as follow on GE9X and Catalyst additive alloy programs. She helped define requirements for additive material qualification and certification as well as facilitated introduction new methods for evaluating additive materials.

In 2017, Amber joined GE Additive as a Principal Engineer for Materials Behavior, leading several initiatives for additive material characterization, focusing on mechanical testing and analysis methods. She is passionate about the technology and is actively engaged with both internal and external customers to drive the rapid adoption of Additive. She currently leads the GE Additive Materials & Process team, focusing on laser and binder jet modalities. Amber holds a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in Materials Science and Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University and The Ohio State University, respectively.

Abstract: Mirror Mirror - A 15-year Reflection on Metal Additive Manufacturing