Sigma Labs releases PrintRite3D 7.0

April 30, 2021

PrintRite3D 7.0 provides upgrades to existing features as well as new functionalities developed after input from existing users and others in the industry (Courtesy Sigma Labs)

Sigma Labs, Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA, has released PrintRite3D Version 7.0, its system for in-process quality assurance for users of industrial Additive Manufacturing systems. The new release was developed after extensive input from existing customers, metal AM manufacturers, universities and standards organisations. This new generation contains upgrades to existing features, as well as significant new functionality that meets industry demands driving enhanced quality and better economics for end-users.

Mark Ruport, President and CEO of Sigma Labs, stated, “We believe the release of PrintRite3D version 7.0 marks a significant milestone in the evolution of in-process quality assurance. Our commitment to radical collaboration and setting a high-quality standard in 3D metal printing will benefit not only Sigma Labs customers, but we expect that it will also help accelerate the growth and prosperity of the entire Additive Manufacturing industry.”

Key features of PrintRite3D V.7.0 include:

  • Temperature monitoring and calibration
  • Neural net machine learning recoater interaction detection
  • User-facing machine learning predictive models
  • Multi-laser quality metrics
  • Production framework
  • 3D visualisation diagnostics
  • User roles and login

“PrintRite3D 7.0 has established a new level in technology to ensure the highest quality standard in the 3D metal printing industry and this is paramount to our customers,” stated Jurgen Westerhoff, Product Manager, Additive Industries. “Most important, Sigma accomplishes this at production scale in an era of increasing part complexity.”

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