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Called the HRE3D+, the wheels are the result of a partnership between HRE and General Electric’s additive manufacturing subsidiary Arcam, who supplied the machines and technology with which the rollers were made. Arcam brought additive manufacturing expertise to HRE, which contributed knowledge of proper wheel design.

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Called the HRE3D+, the wheels are the result of a partnership between HRE and General Electric's additive manufacturing subsidiary Arcam, who supplied the machines and technology with which the rollers were made. Arcam brought additive manufacturing expertise to HRE, which contributed knowledge of proper wheel design. Read full story here.