GoEngineer and Concept Laser have announced a new partnership that is said to team the market-leading strengths of each company to expand their respective footprint in metal Additive Manufacturing. GoEngineer will now act as a marketing channel for Concept Laser’s portfolio of Additive Manufacturing machines.
GoEngineer, based in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, has over 30 years’ experience delivering software, technology and expertise to customers in high-tech, medical, machine design, energy and other industries. The company also operates eighteen training and support centres across Central and Western USA.
“The relationship with Concept Laser presents a powerful opportunity for GoEngineer to understand and assist our customers as they develop strategies to move into the metals market while minimising risk. While there are other 3D metal printing manufacturers, Concept Laser was the best choice based on global performance, market share and relentless innovation,” stated Brad Hansen, CEO of GoEngineer.
“We’re excited to partner with GoEngineer as we focus our combined energies serving a broader range of customers with industry-leading 3D metal printing machine solutions. GoEngineer’s outstanding reputation in Additive Manufacturing design, services, and support makes them a premium partner,” added John Murray, President and CEO of Concept Laser Inc.
Concept Laser’s metal AM systems and have won multiple industry awards for innovation, including the Bavarian Innovation Award 2016, Materialica Design + Technology Award 2016, Focus “Growth Champions 2017” Award and most recently the iF Design Award 2017.
The two organisations recently joined to produce a race car chassis, which will be showcased at AMUG 2017 from March 19-23 in Chicago, Illinois, USA. GoEngineer designed the fully dense metal chassis using a workflow involving metrology-grade laser scanners, analysis-driven topology optimisation software, and parametric CAD tools. The metal chassis was built on the Concept Laser M2 cusing machine in aluminium.