Sigma Labs Forms Strategic Alliance with Jaguar Precision Machine

Sigma Labs announced that it has signed a commercial alliance with Jaguar Precision Machine Corporation to expand its suite of integrated, advanced manufacturing services recently strengthened by the commercial alliance with Morf3D of El Segundo, CA. The addition of Jaguar allows Sigma Labs to provide end-to-end 3D advanced component manufacturing capabilities, including: computer aided design (CAD); engineering (CAE); manufacturing (CAM); and inspection (CAI).

Jaguar is a precision prototype machining facility located in Albuquerque, NM. Leveraging Sigma Labs’ 3D printing capability and PrintRite3D® quality assurance software, Jaguar will be able to provide increased production rates while ensuring consistent part quality. The two companies will also work together to manufacture 3D printed parts requiring exacting precision to demanding specifications, with contracts expected in 2017.

“We're pleased to announce a partnership agreement with another innovative company in the A&D space, Jaguar Precision Machine,” said Mark Cola, President and CEO of Sigma Labs. “Due to the growth in demand for high-precision, high-quality metal components within this industry, we’ve decided to join forces to better serve a number of OEMs with their next-generation applications. Working together, we can design, engineer, manufacture, and assure the quality of AM components across a number of exciting A&D applications. The team of companies – Sigma Labs, Jaguar Precision Machine, and Morf3D – now have the capability to deliver additional services to a broad customer base."

Dan Schatzman, CEO/Owner of Jaguar, added, “Partnering with Sigma Labs is a critical step for Jaguar in developing our branded ‘3D Advanced Manufacturing Ecosystem™’ capabilities. Sigma Labs’ proprietary PrintRite3D® software will enable us to offer our customers high-quality 3D printed parts for end use A&D components, and we believe our combined expertise will give our customers the best solutions for additive manufacturing.”

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