The centre has already accelerated the process of product creation.
Concept Laser said its growth and global demand for generative part manufacturing has prompted the company to open a new development centre focussed on additive manufacturing technology.
The 600m2 site provides for expanded testing with dedicated development equipment for the company’s Lasercusing technology for generating metal parts with lasers. For development engineers, the centre offers a platform for process development, as well as for the development of new systems, the company said.
Concept Laser said it will intensify its three-phase product development process at the new location. “The number of test reports produced by our development department has already risen by 30% from 2012,” according to Florian Bechmann, the company’s head of development. “The new development centre will raise our capabilities to a new level.”