GE ADDITIVE MACHINES
Direct Metal Laser Melting (DMLM) machines
DMLM metal machines from Concept Laser use lasers to melt layers of fine metal powder and create complex geometries with incredible precision directly from a CAD file. Several different machine envelope sizes — including the largest powder-bed metal additive system in the world — are available to meet the needs of any industry. Innovative features, including the patented LaserCUSING® technology, set these machines apart.
The M1 cusing is specifically targeted toward industries where light-weighting is not the main concern. By eliminating the unpacking chamber, the M1 cusing cuts cost and complexity, making it ideal for dental and mold production.
This robust industrial machine is suitable for the production of small to medium-sized parts. The M1 cusing offers an easy access area, which is physically separate from the process chamber, to enable set-up work to be performed conveniently. Even when using the hybrid method of construction, the hybrid subpart can easily be fixed on a zero point clamping system using a crane. In addition, the physical separation of the process chamber and handling chamber means that the machine can be operated safely.
- Suited for production of small- to medium-sized parts
- Ideal for dental and mold productions
Fibre laser 200 W (cw)
optional 400 W (cw)
250 x 250 x 250mm (x,y,z)
- CL 20ES - Stainless steel (1.4404)
- CL 50WS - Hot-work steel (1.2709)
- CL 91RW - Stainless hot-work steel
- CL 92PH - Precipitation hardening stainless steel (17-4 PH)
- CL 100NB - Nickel-based alloy
- CL 101NB - Nickel-based alloy
- CL 110CoCr - Cobalt-chromium alloy (F75)*
- remanium star CL - Cobalt-chromium alloy (by Dentaurum)
*The material is currently being prepared. Other materials on request.
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