EthosEnergy adds state of the art 3D printing manufacturing process to Accessories and Components business

November 7, 2018

East Windsor, CT  – EthosEnergy has invested in a new and innovative 3D printing manufacturing process to be completed in-house at its East Windsor site in Connecticut, USA.

This process will allow reverse engineering of gas turbine parts, and provide the ability to model and print EthosEnergy designed parts, create and print parts that have become obsolete, and decrease manufacturing hours, design and costs.

Tom Watson, President of Accessories and Components at EthosEnergy said, “EthosEnergy is committed to innovation. We believe this technology will improve our turnaround times, reduce costs and expand the scope of engine types we support.

“Our ability to complete the process in house and in a short period of time will stand out to our customers’ and will enhance our operations.”

Previously this process would have been subcontracted and to obtain parts using traditional manufacturing would have taken three to six months. EthosEnergy can now complete this process in four to eight weeks.


Notes to Editor

EthosEnergy has created a video to showcase the 3D printer in action. To watch please visit:

EthosEnergy is a leading independent service provider of rotating equipment services and solutions to the power, oil & gas and industrial markets. Globally, these services include facility operations & maintenance; design, manufacture and application of engineered components, upgrades and re-rates; repair, overhaul and optimization of gas and steam turbines, generators, transformers, pumps, compressors and other high-speed rotating equipment as well as power plant engineering and procurement and construction.

For further information contact

Katie Elder, Head of Communications, EthosEnergy

Tel: +44 (0) 1224 367279, email:

Jennifer Gibson, Communications Manager, EthosEnergy

Tel: +44 (0) 1224 367256, email: