NetworkNewsBreaks – Sigma Labs Inc.’s (NASDAQ: SGLB) Proprietary Software Represents Game-Changing Technology for 3D Printing Industry

Sigma Labs’ (NASDAQ: SGLB) proprietary PrintRite3D(R) software enables both real-time, in-process detection of quality-control manufacturing irregularities and provides operators with actionable information necessary to adjust and mitigate the developing anomaly. An article further discussing the company reads, “Sigma Labs’ software represents a paradigm shift in the quality-control process for the manufacture of 3D-printed-metal components. . . .The software could be a game changer for the world of auto making, where one vehicle — a self-driving bus named Olli — is entirely 3D printed and is capable of transporting about eight people and reaching peak speeds of 25 mph while going up to 100 miles on a single charge, according to the ‘Industry Week’ article. ‘Olli is no speed demon, to be sure, but it has successfully demonstrated the ability of 3D printers to produce strong, lightweight components for road-worthy use cases.’”

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About Sigma Labs Inc.

Sigma Labs is a leading provider of quality-assurance software to the commercial 3D-printing industry under the PrintRite3D(R) brand. Founded in 2010, Sigma is a software company that specializes in the development and commercialization of real-time, computer-aided inspection (CAI) solutions known as PrintRite3D(R) for 3D-advanced-manufacturing technologies. Sigma Labs’ advanced computer-aided software product revolutionizes commercial additive manufacturing, enabling nondestructive quality assurance mid-production, uniquely allowing errors to be corrected in real time. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.SigmaLabsInc.com.

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