Prima Power Laserdyne moves to expanded new facilities

March 10, 2020
The company's LASERDYNE and Prima Additive DED additive manufacturing machines will be manufactured in the new facility.

Prima Power Laserdyne (Brooklyn Park, MN) has relocated and expanded its manufacturing and operations center. The new facility includes all manufacturing, research, office, customer demonstration, service, and user training space and is being converted to the specialized production requirements of the Prima Power Laserdyne systems. The LASERDYNE and Prima Additive DED additive manufacturing machines will be manufactured in the new facility. Of particular note, the facility is customized to fully support the domestic and international needs for 3D laser processing and directed energy deposition (DED) additive technology, says Giovanni Zunino, president of Prima Power Laserdyne.

Aaron Montello, operations senior manager, adds, “Now, including the addition of DED additive manufacturing machine production, we have the space required to support our customers with an even wider range of laser processing solutions.” 

The facility opened to customers on March 1, 2020, at the new address: 7105 Northland Terrace North, Brooklyn Park, MN 55428. 

For more information, please visit primapowerlaserdyne.com

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