Husun to bring Optomec LENS Systems to Chinese metal Additive Manufacturing market

February 26, 2018

Optomec, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA, has signed a partnership agreement with Husun Technologies, Beijing, China, to resell its LENS Systems for metal Additive Manufacturing in China. Founded in 2011, Husun is focused on the promotion of advanced industrial AM solutions in China and reports that it has established a diverse customer base in the automotive, aerospace, academic and other industries.

“Optomec is an internationally famous company in the field of metal Additive Manufacturing and we are pleased to partner with them in their global development strategy,” stated Ms Qiao, Husun Technologies’ General Manager. “We see a large market opportunity for metal Additive Manufacturing technology in the region and are expanding our sales and sales service teams to promote and support LENS technology to various application fields in China.”

“We are very happy to partner with Husun to expand sales of LENS metal Additive Manufacturing systems in China,” added Pascal Pierra, Optomec’s Director of Asia Pacific Sales. “The Husun team has an excellent track record delivering advanced industrial manufacturing solutions including equipment, application technology, and post-sales support. They’re already off to a great start with sales of two LENS systems.”

One-hundred Optomec LENS systems are currently in operation in fifteen countries. The company states that its latest LENS Machine Tool Series is capable of additively manufacturing metals ten times faster than powder bed fusion AM systems.

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