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CTC, Sciaky to Help Customers Develop 3D-Printed Metal Parts; Ed Sheehan Comments

Ed Sheehan Jr.

TYSONS CORNER, VA, July 2, 2018 — Concurrent Technologies Corp. has entered into a partnership with Sciaky, a subsidiary of Phillips Service Industries, in efforts to help clients use 3D-printing technology to build metallic structures, ExecutiveBiz reported Wednesday.

CTC said Tuesday it will apply the Chicago, Ill.-based manufacturer’s Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing technology — which is designed to process metal alloys to engineer structures that may measure up to 19 feet — in response to demand for large-scale, 3D-printed metal parts.

“We are grateful for this opportunity to collaborate with the talented team at Sciaky… Our clients will realize numerous benefits thanks to this arrangement,” said Ed Sheehan Jr., CEO and president of CTC.

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