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Direct Metal Laser Melting (DMLM) machines
DMLM metal machines from Concept Laser use lasers to melt layers of fine metal powder and create complex metal 3D 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 DMLM technology, set these machines apart.
DUAL LASER METAL 3D PRINTING FLEXIBILITY
The M2 and M2 Multilaser are robust. The separation of the build chamber and unpacking make them suitable for 3-shift operation. In addition, the laser source and filter technology are integrated within the system, which results in a low space demand overall.
The large filter surface area of 20 m2 significantly reduces the filter change intervals, thus increasing the level of machine availability. Moreover, the M2 Multilaser boasts a water-floodable filter as standard, thus guaranteeing that the filter can be changed safely. In comparison to the M2, the M2 Multilaser is available with two lasers.
- Handles reactive materials safely
- Physical separation of process chamber and handling area for safe and user-friendly operation
2 x 400 W (cw)
optional 2 x 200 W (cw)
250 x 250 x 350 mm (x,y,z)
The available laser options allow our customers to tailor the M2 system for their specific needs. A closed-loop material handling system ensures that the operator’s contact with unmelted reactive powders and soot is reduced to the absolute minimum. This, along with the patented filter-change mechanism with water-flood passivation, are part of the design that makes the M2 unrivaled in terms of safety.
Spare parts on demand for the beverage industry using 3D metal printing
Jung & Co. Gerätebau GmbH, a specialist in stainless steel components, relies on Additive Manufacturing to ensure that spare parts for beverage filling plants are available more quickly.
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