rp+m seeks the future of innovation in metal additive manufacturing

Aug. 22, 2016
rp+m, an additive manufacturing solutions company, has selected Concept Laser's M2 cusing research & development competencies.

rp+m (Avon Lake, OH), a solutions company providing clients with additive manufacturing services, has selected Concept Laser (Grapevine, TX)'s M2 cusing research & development competencies. M2 cusing will be a critical technology that will allow rp+m to develop innovative applications for their clients because of its open architecture, which enables alloy development and parameter editing.

With a history of being a pioneer in additive manufacturing, rp+m has extensive experience in developing applications, materials, and processes for printing in metals, plastics, and ceramic materials. The company was the first to successfully manufacture collimators for medical device imaging using printed tungsten.

"We are very pleased that rp+m has chosen Concept Laser as their primary partner for metal 3D printing, and have no doubts that they will deliver exciting, innovative applications to their customers,” says John Murray, president and CEO of Concept Laser. rp+m will be the only service bureau in the Great Lakes region with LaserCUSING technology.

The M2 cusing is known as the workhorse of the Concept Laser portfolio. It is available with a 200W single laser or 400W dual laser, and is capable of printing with reactive and non-reactive material. It is most well-known for its safety measures through its closed-loop material handling system and patented filter-change with water passivation, both of which minimize the operator's contact with reactive powders.

For more information, please visit www.rpplusm.com and www.conceptlaserinc.com.

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