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Husun to Distribute Optomec 3D Printing Systems

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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M., March 21, 2018 — Additive manufacturing systems developer Optomec has signed a partnership agreement with 3D printing equipment provider Husun Technology Group to resell the Optomec LENS Systems for 3D Printed Metals in China.

Husun promotes advanced industrial 3D printing solutions in China and has established a diverse customer base in the automotive, aerospace and academic industries, among others.

“Optomec is an internationally famous company in the field of metal additive manufacturing, and we are pleased to partner with them in their global development strategy,” said Ms. Qiao, general manager of Husun Technologies. “We see a large market opportunity for metal additive manufacturing technology in the region and are expanding our sales and sales service teams to promote and support LENS technology to various application fields in China.”

Optomec LENS systems for 3D printed metals use the energy from a high-power laser to build up structures one layer at a time directly from powder metal feedstock. The LENS process can completely build new metal parts or add material to existing metal components, enabling more additive applications, such as repair, surface coatings and hybrid manufacturing.

“We are very happy to partner with Husun to expand sales of LENS metal additive manufacturing systems in China,” said Pascal Pierra, director of Asia Pacific sales at Optomec. “The Husun team has an excellent track record delivering advanced industrial manufacturing solutions, including equipment, application technology and postsales support. They’re already off to a great start with sales of two LENS systems.”


Published: March 2018
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additive manufacturing
Additive manufacturing (AM), also known as 3D printing, is a manufacturing process that involves creating three-dimensional objects by adding material layer by layer. This is in contrast to traditional manufacturing methods, which often involve subtracting or forming materials to achieve the desired shape. In additive manufacturing, a digital model of the object is created using computer-aided design (CAD) software, and this digital model is then sliced into thin cross-sectional layers. The...
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