Sigma Labs PrintRite 3D can become the standard "QA process" for the fast growing 3D printing business globally. That includes 3D Systems, Stratasys,ExOne...and companies like GE,Boeing and thousands of more.
Sucess with GE Aviation will bring SGLB to other parts of GE like Oil & Gas, Space and Healthcare +++ A company setting the standard in 3D printing QA (better, faster, cheaper)will be noticed in the world, and the doors will open.
Some say that SGLB can become the "Intel Inside" for the 3D printing business, and i belive that upcoming news from SGLB & GE Aviation are closing in every day now.
John E. Talkington went from Sigma Labs ( Director of Product Strategy and Development ) to GE. He became Director - Methods Engineering in GE (Texas). This happened in 2012. He took part when SGLB achieved an “industry first” demonstration of in-process control of Additive Manufacturing/Direct Digital Manufacturing. So GE knew Sigma Labs and their technology in 2012, when they hired Mr. Talkington.
If SGLB technology becomes the standard when it comes to QA in the addetive manufacturing (GE is a good place to start, they are involved in all kinds of industry and all over the world)this will become a HUGE company.
Take a look at ARM (UK company based in Cambridge), they license their technology to their customers (Samsung, Apple, Nokia....) and make huge amounts of money with this business solution. This is also what can be done with SGLB technology.
On top of this they are working with Interactive Machines, what can get out of this partnership is a "high end" 3D metal printer. Metal is said to be the fastest growing and most valueable of all in the 3D printing industry.
They might take a lead part of the 3D printing revolution in the near future, i want to be part of this.