How GE Fuse is Prototyping New Solutions, with Help from an Online Community

By Kelsey Alpaio, Staff Writer

The GE Fuse team has a meeting in their office at the mHub (Photo by Paul Elledge).

At Chicago’s mHub, entrepreneurs, investors, engineers, and designers sit side-by-side. Nearby, 3D printers, laser cutters, and CNC machines work to crank out quick prototypes, while the in-house microfactory handles small production runs.

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