Shining EP-M150 Metal 3D Printer
The EP-M150 uses a fiber laser to directly melt elemental or alloy metal powders to form complex structures and parts. The EP-M150 has a variety of small metal applications in fields such as, material development, medical implants, dental, and jewelry.
The Build Platform #1
With a build envelope of one cubic meter, the machine is made for 3D printing of large-scale industrial objects, enabling countless application possibilities.
An insulated enclosed metal frame ensures optimum even temperature control and the glass doors offer an optimal view on the print. Further improving safety is the PRO’s compatibility with standard ventilation systems, for fume and emissions control.
Insulated Filament Cabinet
The PRO provides an optimal environment for printing with industrial-grade materials, due to a humidity controlled spool chamber. Air circulation fans within ensure air flow for uniform temperature throughout the filament cabinet.
- 1-Year Warranty
- Machine Control Software Included
- Hatch Software Included
Price Range: $450,000.00 – $700,000.00
Type: Metal powder bed fusion (MPBF) Materials:
- Titanium Alloy
- Aluminium Alloy
- Nickel Alloy
- Maraging Steel
- Stainless Steel
- Cobalt Chrome
- Copper Alloy
- US: 5.9 x 5.9 x 4.7
With the powder printing process, the printer heats up to just near the melting point of whatever powder material you choose. Based on your model, a very fine layer of this powder is then spread layer upon layer, while a laser beam focuses on sintering together the necessary areas that will create the object.
Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) materials are supplied in powdered forms. During the manufacturing process, these powders are fused by a pulsed laser beam. This allows the creation of durable parts with complicated geometries and can be used to obtain early prototypes, wind tunnel models, or casting patterns.
Resulting parts have porous surfaces, but this can be fixed with finishing if needed. SLS is rather expensive, as it is necessary to maintain strict temperatures throughout fabrication phases. SLS is used for prototyping and small-batch production of functional plastic parts with good mechanical properties.
DMLS/SLM or direct metal laser sintering differs from SLS mostly by the ability to control the porous properties of produced parts as the material is not burning fused but rather melted into homogeneous structures.
SMLS/SLM produces high performance, end-use metal 3D printed parts for applications in aerospace, automotive, industrial and medical.
Selective Laser Melting (SLM)
Selective Laser Melting (SLM) uses a laser to scan and selectively fuse metal powder particles, bonding them together layer-by-layer.
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