Additive manufacturing technology company, Aurora Labs Limited (ASX: A3D) has signed an agreement with DNV GL to provide certification services for parts made with the company’s 3D metal printers.
The Perth company will offer certification and audit services for parts through DNV GL, which will develop an independent certification process.
Aurora has developed 3D metal printers and metal powders utilising a Rapid Manufacturing Technology (RMT).
The company’s process, Multilevel Concurrent Printing, allows printing on more than one level of metal powder at once.
Managing director David Budge said: “The use of an independent certification process for parts manufactured by our printers will strengthen the competitive position of our technology in parts manufacturing markets.
“Certification gives confidence to original equipment manufacturers and consumers of parts that our printing technology is able to meet the high industry standards of performance, quality and reliability.”
DNV GL is a Norwegian quality assurance and risk management company.
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