Concept Laser M2 Series 5

With its superior part quality, usability, and repeatability, the M2 Series 5 is perfect for users at every level, whether they are entry-level users or creating parts for highly regulated industries like aerospace and medical.

Capability packages for different levels of adoption.

Designed and optimized in partnership with industry leading customers

M2 Series 5 helps to support customers who have very high expectations for part quality and consistency as well as process validation to open up new possibilities in production. Regardless of the application, it is ideal for any customer, including highly regulated industries that require safety-related parts, such as aerospace and medical. As a result, we achieve best-in-class productivity while reducing costs.


The Concept Laser M2 Series 5 was designed to meet the most critical requirements by the highly regulated aerospace industry. But we believe that everyone, regardless of industry, region or where you are on your additive journey, should have access to these capabilities. As such, we now offer four capability packages to meet the needs of more customers and help more users adopt additive technology.

  • Standard – For entry-level users, standalone prototyping or low-volume production
  • Production – For full-production applications (available in 400W or 1kW)
  • Regulated – For high-quality output, regulated industries and stringent qualification requirements

Download the brochure below for more information.

BUILD VOLUME: Max. 245 x 245 x 350 mm (x,y,z)
LASER POWER: 2 x 1kW (cw) OR 2 x 400 W (cw)
General Electric

"For an entire year, teams from GE Additive and GE Aviation co-located to collaborate on critical characteristics needed for the next iteration of the M2, the M2 Series 5. The focus was on making good parts; getting input on mechanical operations, performance and productivity of the machine; and gaining improvements in reliability and quality."

— Chris Schuppe, general manager, engineering, GE Additive

General Electric

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Additive technologies have evolved rapidly from a combination of independent laser, powder, software and gas flow subsystems, into the highly sophisticated machine architectures we see today. Download our white paper "Continuous Improvement in Gas Flow Design" to learn more about the technical updates. 

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Are you ready for an additive solution that
optimizes speed, productivity and repeatability?

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Tomas Kellner
19 September 2019