3D Direct Metal Laser Sintering

3D Direct Metal Laser Sintering

Model: EOSINT M280

EOSINT M 280 is based on the innovative DMLS (Direct Metal Laser Sintering). It produces components by means of Additive Manufacturing – fully automatically, without tools and based directly on three-dimensional CAD design data. For this purpose it is equipped with a 200 W fibre laser which melts fine metal powder and builds up the product layer by layer. This method allows you to create products with extremely complex geometries including elements such as free-form surfaces, deep slots and coolant ducts.

What is Additive Manufacturing and how is it revolutionising traditional manufacturing processes?

Additive Manufacturing (AM), more commonly known as 3D Printing, is a manufacturing process that transforms a 3D model into a physical object by joining together successive layers of the same material. This contrasts with more traditional manufacturing techniques, such as machining, which are subtractive, and involve removing material to create a final piece.

Advantages of AM

  • Design complex components without adding cost
  • Surpass limitations of conventional technologies
  • Change designs without hassle
  • Skip investment in manufacturing tools
  • Shorten time to market
  • Disrupt supply chain

 SEAM provides a complete Additive Manufacturing service

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