Concept Laser X Line 2000R

The X Line 2000R was designed specifically for the production of large, quality parts, making it ideal for a variety of industries, including aviation, space and automotive.

Print large parts safely, efficiently and consistently

With a build volume of 160 liters, the X Line 2000R is one of the largest metal laser melting machine for the toolless manufacture of large functional parts and technical prototypes with repeatable material properties.

The X Line 2000R is used for producing large-scale components in the aerospace and automotive industries. This innovative machine features separation of the process and handling station, which ensures both safe operation of the machine and easier handling.

In addition, the X Line 2000R also has a rotating mechanism, which allows two build modules to be used reciprocally. This guarantees constant production with minimal downtimes.

BUILD VOLUME: 800 x 400 x 500 mm (x,y,z)
LASER POWER: 2 x 1kW (cw)

General Electric

Machine demo

The X Line 2000R offers the unique ability to print otherwise impossible parts safely, efficiently and consistently. The machine features a dual-processing chamber that enables the operator to unpack and set up a new build while another one is being printed. The mechanism rotates 180 degrees so a new build is automatically transferred from the handling to the process side, allowing for minimal downtime and faster turnarounds. The X Line 2000R offers reliable, consistent performance with one of the largest build volumes available today.

General Electric

X Line 2000R process

The X Line 2000R is used for producing large-scale components in the aerospace and automotive industries. This innovative machine features a separation of the process and handling station, which ensures both safe operation of the machine and easier handling.

General Electric

Are you ready to create large metal additive
parts safely, efficiently and consistently?

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Tomas Kellner
19 September 2019