Sigma Labs Enters into Agreement with Siemens

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Siemens will help evaluate Sigma Labs’ PrintRite3D on a metal 3D printer.


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Sigma Labs, a provider of quality assurance software under the PrintRite3D brand, announced that it has entered into an agreement with Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery AB of Finspång, Sweden, a unit of Siemens AG. Under the agreement, Sigma Labs’ PrintRite3D Inspect will be installed on a metal 3D printer for evaluation and testing purposes. Additional terms of the agreement were not disclosed.

“It is an honor to announce this new agreement with Siemens for evaluation of our proprietary PrintRite3D quality assurance software,” said Mark Cola, president and CEO of Sigma Labs. “We’ll provide statistical process control and assure part quality for burner repairs as well as set the stage for productivity optimization. Siemens plays a leading role in applying additive manufacturing across its highly-demanding gas turbine operations. We are proud to assist them in providing the highest quality 3D-printed components for such technology applications, where Siemens is continuously working on further process improvements. We look forward to a close and beneficial partnership together.”


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