Sigma Labs, developer of quality assurance systems for additive manufacturing technologies has launched plans to move into commercial activities for 3D printed parts.
Pending the delivery of the company’s new Model 290 3D metal printer, requests have started coming in for quotes on the production of precision metal parts. The machine is set to arrive at the Sigma Labs facilities in Sante Fe, New Mexico by the end of October and will complete integration with the PrintRite3D inspection system by the end of November.
“We are pleased that we will soon have the ability to begin commercial production of 3D printed parts upon the installation of our new state-of-the-art M290 3D metal printer,” said Mark Cola, President and Chief Executive Officer of Sigma Labs. “Our successful marketing efforts have resulted in the receipt of advance requests for quotes for 3D printed parts. This demand recognizes our unique value proposition which brings together the latest in 3D metal printing machinery with our PrintRite3D® technology for high-end, precision metal parts.”
The EOS M290 will enable Sigma Labs to expand its product offerings in respect to its current quality assurance technologies including the commercial launch of PrintRite3D INSPECT and the 2015 introduction of PrintRite3D DEFORM.
Upon full installation of the EOS M290 in conjunction with Sigma Labs’ platform technologies, the Company will be positioned to execute on any orders received for contract manufacturing of precision parts and for the deployment of new service launches.