12/15/2016 | 1 MINUTE READ

Tangible Solutions to Install Concept Laser Printers

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The Ohio-based contract manufacturer is adding six metal additive manufacturing machines.


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Tangible Solutions, a provider of contract manufacturing services, has announced that it will install six Concept Laser powder-bed metal 3D printers. Five Mlab cusing machines and one M2 cusing machine will be installed into the company’s new 25,000-square-foot facility in Fairborn, Ohio, a suburb of Dayton. This will make Tangible Solutions one of the largest service providers of Concept Laser’s metal powder-bed technology in the country, the companies say.

“We share Concept Laser’s vision for building a ‘smart factory’ that supports the principles of Industry 4.0: automation, digitization and interoperability of various technologies within a factory,” say Adam Clark and Chris Collins, founders of Tangible Solutions. “We believe their technology roadmap will only make 3D metal printing more cost effective and flexible,”

“The team at Tangible Solutions are entrepreneurial and forward-looking; in only three years, they have made a positive impact in manufacturing in Ohio. We are committed to their success,” states John Murray, president and CEO of Concept Laser Inc.

The addition of metal 3D printing capacity in both reactive and non-reactive material will allow Tangible Solutions to broaden its reach with medical and aerospace customers. The Mlab cusing machines will be dedicated to printing with titanium, while the M2 cusing machine will print in variety of metal powder.

Tangible Solutions was established in 2013 to offer services related to additive manufacturing. Its offerings include 3D modeling and design, rapid prototyping, and developing course curriculum for education.