7 Large-Part Metal 3D Printers Showcased

July 19, 2021

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: Sintering
View Glossary of 3D Metal Printing Terms

 

See also: Sciaky Inc, ExOne, Additive Industries B.V., Adira - Metal Forming Solutions S.A., Titomic Ltd.

Technologies: Directed-Energy Systems, Other, Powder-Bed Systems

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