Sigma Labs to operate as Sigma Additive Solutions

May 18, 2022

Jacob Brunsberg, President and CEO of Sigma Additive Solutions, explained the reason behind the change in name (Courtesy Sigma Additive Solutions)
Jacob Brunsberg, President and CEO of Sigma Additive Solutions, explained the reason behind the change in name (Courtesy Sigma Additive Solutions)

Sigma Labs, Inc., headquartered in Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA, has announced that it will begin operating under the name Sigma Additive Solutions. The change is said to reflect the evolution of the company, from its origins as a laboratory engaged in research and development of Additive Manufacturing technology, to a solutions provider focused on enabling its customers use a standard set of patented quality metrics across AM machines from different manufacturers, using different processes.

The company has also changed its corporate web address to

“Our company’s decision to operate as Sigma Additive Solutions is an acknowledgement of the progress the Sigma team has made in creating the quality standard in Additive Manufacturing. For some time, we have been working with customers, OEMs and standards organisations to remove the quality barrier through advanced meltpool monitoring and analytics,” stated Jacob Brunsberg, President and CEO of Sigma.

“We intend to significantly impact the entire AM quality continuum with scalable solutions that improve machine, process and part quality. We are also pleased that our ticker symbol will be aligned with our brand and our vision,” added Brunsberg.

In conjunction with the change, the company’s common stock will begin trading on the Nasdaq Capital Market (NASDAQ) under the new ticker symbol SASI, effective at the open of market trading on May 19, 2022. No action is required from Sigma’s stockholders and the CUSIP number for the common stock will remain unchanged, the company added.

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