Sigma Labs Receives Phase 2 RTE Contract by Global Energy Technology Company

Global energy technology provider starts last phase of rapid test and evaluation program.

Global energy technology provider starts last phase of rapid test and evaluation program.

Sigma Labs, Inc., developer of quality assurance software for the commercial 3D printing industry, has been awarded a Phase 2 RTE contract by a global energy technology company, for the pilot deployment of PrintRite3D in-process quality assurance software, following a successful Phase 1 completion of the rapid test and evaluation (RTE) program, the companies report.

The two-machine contract award announced with a provider of solutions for energy and industrial customers worldwide is Phase 2 of the RTE program, the final validation phase. A successful Phase 2 RTE program could result in a material commercial order from the respective customer integrating PrintRite3D into dedicated production machines.

The Phase 2 RTE customer provides technology and services that enable oil and gas companies in over 120 countries to deliver safe, affordable energy to the world, according to Sigma Labs. 

“The conversion from our initial test and evaluation program to the Phase 2 pilot rollout is a testament to the traction our enabling technology is garnering in the additive manufacturing industry,” says John Rice, chairman and chief executive officer of Sigma Labs. 

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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