Tour ConceptLaser’s Metal 3D Printing lab at AeroDef

Attending AeroDef this year in Fort Worth? Make sure you register to tour Concept Laser on March 6th before AeroDef! You’ll hear an update on the GE acquisition and presentations on customer applications and machine safety. Registration ends February 24th, 2017, so don’t miss this opportunity!

Register now: http://aerodefevent.com/sessions/concept-laser-tour/

Speed, superior quality monitoring, and an open architecture that enables innovation – that is what makes Concept Laser’s Direct Metal Laser Melting (DMLM) technology a leader in the metal additive manufacturing industry. Come and hear about how Concept Laser is investing to bring you innovation through new products and processes that will lead to revenue-generating opportunities for your business.

The Tour is March 6th from 8:30am to 11:30pm and includes round trip transportation from the conference and more.

What you will see on the tour:

  • Direct Metal Laser Melting
  • In-situ Quality Assurance
  • Best-in-class safety guidelines when interacting with reactive and non-reactive materials
3D Printed Exhaust Gas Probe (RSC Engineering and Concept Laser Inc.)
Titanium implant leveraging lattice designs (Concept Laser)

Update on ASU 3D Printing Research and Teaching Lab

Two weeks ago we were part of a fantastic open house at the ASU Polytechnic campus for the grand opening of the Additive Manufacturing Research center, a part of the Manufacturing Research and Innovation Hub.  What a great event it was where the Additive Manufacturing community in Arizona gathered in one place to celebrate  this important piece in the local ecosystem.  A piece that puts Arizona in the lead for the practical application of 3D Printing in industry.

I could go on and on, but better writers by far have penned some great stories on the event and on the lab.

ASU’s article is here: New hub’s $2 million in cutting-edge 3-D printing equipment will allow students to stay on forefront of rapidly growing sector

And Hayley Ringle of the Phoenix Business Journal summed it all up, with some great insight into the impact on education and job growth in “See inside the Southwest’s largest 3D printing research facility at ASU

And last but not least, here are some pictures related to PADT that ASU provided:

Webinar: PADT Answers your Questions on Metal 3D Printing

Direct Laser Melting systems have made fantastic improvements in the last five years or so, making 3D Printing of metal parts a reality.  The accuracy and strength of the finished parts rivals cast parts in the same material, but with the advantages of Freeform Fabrication.  In fact, everywhere we go, people have questions about Metal 3D Printing.

So we decided to hold a webinar to answer those questions all at once.  Our manufacturing team, lead by Dhruv Bhate, PhD, will share with you what we have learned while working to develop our own metal 3D Printing capability and while consulting with many of our customers as they acquired their own systems.

metal-3d-printing-4When: February 9, 2016
11:00 am MST / 10:00 am PST

If you would like to attend, or would like to receive a link to a recording of the event, please register here.

 

We look forward to sharing this exciting information with all of you.

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