Romanoff International Supply Corporation announced an addition to its lineup of rapid prototyping equipment. Concept Laser’s LaserCUSING® machines will accompany SolidScape’s 3Z Series 3D printers and Indutherm’s line of high definition casting machines. The additive LaserCUSING technology allows the fabrication of both mold inserts with close-contour cooling and direct components for medical, dental, automotive and jewelry industry.
Said Bob Romanoff, President, Romanoff International, “Romanoff will provide sales, service and training for the LaserCUSING machines to the automotive, dental, jewelry, medical and molding industries in the Americas. With our in-house dedicated service, technical and applications personnel, Romanoff can offer a solid experience to LaserCUSING adopters.”
“We are very excited to partner with Concept Laser and expand the availability of the LaserCUSING technology to the Americas,” said Brian Romanoff, Vice President, Romanoff. “From the MLab to the M1 and M2 LaserCUSING machines, customers will have the ability to produce components with delicate and intricate structures, such as medical device applications, to larger industrial components such as an exhaust manifold. Over the last year, we have been working with customers and the LaserCUSING technology. We have all been impressed with the quality of parts, as well as the reliability and repeatability of the machines.”
The LaserCUSING materials that can be used include high-grade and tool steels, stainless steels, aluminum or titanium alloys, nickel-based superalloys, cobalt-chromium alloys, bronze alloys, and precious metals such as gold and silver. Concept Laser powder materials are 100% compatible for re-use in subsequent construction processes.
FineLine Prototyping Installs LaserCUSING MLab for High-Quality, Precision Rapid Prototyping
As the first installation of the LaserCUSING MLab machine by Concept Laser in the United States, FineLine Prototyping is known for their high-quality, precision rapid prototyping.
When it came time to expand their operations, FineLine decided that two MLab machines would aid in meeting the increasing demand for micro-resolution parts made from Stainless Steel.
“The MLab machine is designed solid, simple and small for reliable production of accurate, fine-featured parts,” said Rob Connelly, President, FineLine Prototyping Inc. “Its small footprint and basic facilities requirements make it easy to drop in place and set up for operation quickly. In each of the two installations, we made parts on the machine the same day as the technician arrived.”
In response to customer demands for larger parts and exotic materials, such as titanium, FineLine Prototyping recently purchased the M2 LaserCUSING machine.
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