Australian 3D Metal Printer Maker Opens First U.S. Location in Allen

The new 4,112-square-foot office is on S. Greenville Avenue.

Aurora Labs Limited, an Australian developer and manufacturer of 3D metal printers, has chosen North Texas to open its first U.S. location.

The 4,112-square-office office is in Allen’s Tech Center on Greenville, located at 714 S. Greenville Ave. Brendan Zrowka of Whitebox Real Estate negotiated the lease with Lee & Associates’ Brett Lewis and George Tanghongs.

Aurora Labs Limited produces the S-Titanium Pro, one of the most versatile and affordable, high-quality metal printers on the market. It also is developing revolutionary industrial grade, high speed, large format 3D metal printers, powder manufacturing, and control software for use in large-scale industrial manufacturing.

In addition to 3D metal printers, it also offers consumables, such as bed and door seals, focus and laser inter-chamber lens, reflect mirrors, first and second mirror mounts, laser tubes, HEPA filters, X and Y belts and pulleys, limit switches, laser drivers, and door seals, as well as mild, stainless, and titanium steel build plates.

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