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7 Large-Part Metal 3D Printers Showcased

July 19, 2021
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In less than 17 minutes, this video reviews 3D metal printers from seven different companies designed to making large parts. The printers on stage:

  • ExOne X1 160PRO, a binder-jetting machine with a build volume of 800 by 500 by 400 mm
  • BeAM Modulo 400, a directed-energy-deposition (DED) machine with a build volume of 600 by 400 by 400 mm
  • MetalFab1 from Additive Industries, which uses powder-bed fusion (PBF) technology and has a build volume of 420 by 420 by 400mm
  • Adira AddCreator, which uses the tiled laser-melting process and has a build volume of 1000 by 1000 by 500 mm
  • ADC Aeroswift designed by (Aerosud/CSIR), which uses PBF laser melting and sintering and has a build volume of 2000 by 600 by 600 mm
  • Titomic TKF1000, which uses material jetting technology and has a build volume of 0.75 m3
  • Sciaky EBAM 300, a DED machine with a build volume of 5791 by 1219 by 1219 mm.
Industry-Related Terms: LASER
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See also: Sciaky Inc, ExOne, Additive Industries B.V., Adira - Metal Forming Solutions S.A., Titomic Ltd.

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