Spartacus3D applies PrintRite3D from Sigma Labs

October 7, 2015

Spartacus3D, a French start-up company funded by Farinia Group and specialising in metal Additive Manufacturing, has equipped its 3D printers with PrintRite3D®, an in-situ quality assurance monitoring system developed by Sigma Labs Inc.

PrintRite3D® is an innovative system for real-time analysis and monitoring of metal AM processes of the build on a layer by layer basis. The tools will allow Spartacus3D to strengthen its metallurgical expertise towards a complete and thorough understanding of the laser melting process.

“By joining Sigma Labs’ Early Adopter Program (EAP) and integrating PrintRite3D® on our metal AM machines, Spartacus3D is the first French company to invest significantly in the field of real-time in-process quality control. This project is well-aligned with our strategy which is to offer solutions adapted to serial production, for industries requiring the most stringent quality standards, such as aerospace, defence and medical,” stated Charles de Forges, General Manager of Spartacus3D. “We are thrilled to start this collaboration with the Sigma Labs team, with whom we share common vision and approach.”

Spartacus3D, located in La Clayette, France, offers engineering, consulting, and manufacturing services worldwide. The company develops, industrialises and manufactures components by laser melting process.

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www.sigmalabsinc.com 

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