Kegelmann Technik teams with Concept Laser in 3D printing

Kegelmann Manufacturing has entered into an agreement with Concept Laser, a pioneer in the metal 3D printing industry.

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Kegelmann Manufacturing (Rodgau, Germany), founded in May 2016 to focus on mass production in 3D metal printing as a part of the Kegelmann Technik Companies, has concluded a comprehensive framework agreement with Concept Laser (Lichtenfels, Germany), a pioneer and major driver of the metal 3D printing industry. The agreement provides for the installation of several Concept laser-melting machines and a strategic partnership in mutual knowledge exchange, particularly on the reproduction and optimization of series-production quality in 3D printing.

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(L-R) Kai Kegelmann (Kegelmann), Oliver Edelmann (Concept Laser), Stephan Kegelmann, Frank Cremer (both Kegelmann), and Karsten Edelmann (Concept Laser).

"Excellent quality control and verifiable results in real time during the actual laser melting convinced us to partner with Concept Laser," explains Stephan Kegelmann, CEO of Kegelmann Technik.

Kegelmann Technik offers an extensive range of innovative manufacturing processes and decades of knowledge in establishing and maintaining reproducible quality in additive manufacturing. In doing so, Kegelmann Technik has become fully integrated into numerous customers' value chains, and plays a key role in developing and designing new products successfully.

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Concept Laser's M2 cusing Multilaser fiber laser system.

Kai Kegelmann, CTO of Kegelmann Manufacturing, commenting on the M2 cusing Multilaser fiber laser system, added, "I am fascinated by lightweight and bionics' ability to improve component performance. By investing in high-power lasers and additional QM accessories, we underscore our values of speed, flexibility, and process quality."

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