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Badass Machines

Here are the biggest and baddest technologies produced by GE.
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Even the compressor section of a GE gas turbine rotor has the look & feel of a badass machine.

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This employee at a GE facility in France is INSIDE one of the many badass machines coming out of the region.

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Think you're stressed? This is a 15 MW test bay at Clemson University designed to put next-gen GE wind turbines through 20 years of stress in just a few months.

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A shiny GEnx engine on a Qatar Airways 787 sits in splendor at the Farnborough International Airshow.

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This tiny device contains 400 ohmic MEMS switches, which regulate the flow of electricity and can handle more than 1kW. That's enough to power a microwave for over an hour.

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Wind turbines can be up to 1.5x taller than the Statue of Liberty (140 m) and their blades with blades spanning the length of a football field.

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Heavy duty gas turbines show off their artistic side at the Greenville, S.C. plant.

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Excited for the big game this weekend? May the most efficient team win.

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Did you know? The GE Evolution series locomotive weighs 436,000 pounds. That's equivalent to 109 average-sized cars.

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