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The technology stands out mainly as a method to create complex-shape metal parts that are difficult to process using conventional procedures. A metallic powder of a prescribed granularity is spread out on each layer of the model’s printing area and selectively melted using laser. This creates an interlayer bond between the current and the preceding layer; this process repeats itself up to the final shape. This great benefit of this technology is that it enables the creation of any complex structures.
One of the main assets of this printer is a small printing area which enables a relatively low-cost operation, and makes it easier to cover the whole printing platform with parts for printing. This leads to a higher material efficiency. The printer is equipped with one 200W laser device.
|98 x 98 x 100 mm
|optional in the range 10 µm – 50 µm
This machine can produce metal parts with minimum porosity. It is equipped with one laser of the Yb:YAG with the maximum power of 400W.
|280 x 280 x 365 mm
|optional in the range 20 µm – 70 µm
|80 µm – 115 µm
|1.4404 (316L), 1.4540 (15-5PH),
|1.2344 (H13), 1.2709
|AISi12, AISi10Mg, AISi 7Mg, AISi9Cu32
|Inconel 718, Inconel 625, Inconel 939, Hastelloy X
EOS M 290 can work with metallic powders that range from aluminium alloys to steel and titanium alloys. The printing machine offers an industrial solution, incorporating a sifting station, which reduces waste materials and the costs of labour. The laser achieves a power of 400 W.
|250 x 250 x 325 mm
|optional in the range 20 µm – 60 µm
|1.4404 (316L), MaragingSteel MS1
|EOS Aluminium AlSi10Mg
|Inconel 718, Inconel 625, EOS NickelAlloy HX
Schematic images of 3D printing technologies are used with the permission of Prof. Steffen Ritter.