EP-M250 Metal 3D Printer
The EP-M250 is an affordable metal 3D printer that uses MPBF™(Metal Powder Bed Fusion) technology for metal additive manufacturing with high stability and high consistency. Machine building chamber size is 262x262x370mm.The verified process parameters and optimized gas flow system guarantees the consistent parts quality and stable production, which reaches almost 100% density and extremely high accuracy.The machine is relatively compact design, free maintenance and friendly use for Aeronautics and Astronautics, Tooling& Molding, Medical, Automotive and other High-End applications.Get a Quote
Metal Powder Bed Fusion TechnologyMetal Powder Bed Fusion technology, which is also known as Selective Laser
Using the fiber laser can directly melt alloy metal powder layer by layer to produce high performance metal parts directly.
Material utilization rate is high, making cost lowerThe build part forms layer after layer out of alloy metal powder, and the material utilization rate is pretty high by comparing with milling process, which is especially made for the manufacturing of metal parts, including titanium alloy, nickel alloy and other precious or difficult-processed metal material.
Wide ApplicationEP-M250 has wide application in aerospace, automotive, biomedical and tooling etc.
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