3D printing specialist Incodema3D continues its investment in direct metal laser solidification (DMLS) metal 3D printers with the acquisition of the EOS M 300-4 system, Incodema3D’s 16th industrial 3D printer and an expansion of the company’s production capabilities.
As a specialist in space technology, aerospace, and other highly engineered applications, Incodema3D has grown steadily. With the purchase of the EOS M 300-4 – one of the most technologically advanced additive manufacturing machines available, Incodema3D has expanded its metal AM capacity. The EOS M 300-4 produces consistent part quality over the entire build space and provides up to 10-times higher productivity while achieving up to 50% lower cost-per-part.
EOS M 300-4 at Incodema3D
“We are excited to bring the latest EOS DMLS technology to our customers. We exclusively use EOS printers, and the EOS M 300-4 fits perfectly within our large fleet of metal 3D printers,” said Sean Whittaker, Incodema3D president and CEO. “The EOS M 300-4 excels at producing small and medium size parts at volume – making it the first platform we look at when discussing production scaling with our customers.”
Specification for the EOS M 300-4 include:
- Four 400w precision fiber lasers, and full-field overlap with multiple laser assignment possibilities
- A build area of 300x300x400mm
- Scan speed: up to 7.0 m/s (23 ft./sec)
- Dual material recoaters that reduce the time between laser exposures, increasing productivity
- An expanding family of available materials, that currently includes: EOS StainlessSteel 316L, EOS Aluminum AlSi10Mg, EOS Titanium Ti64, EOS MaragingSteel MS1, EOS NickelAlloy IN625, and EOS StainlessSteel 17-4PH
Glynn Fletcher, EOS North America president added: “As an AM manufacturing pioneer, it is truly remarkable what Incodema3D has achieved. We are very proud of our more than 10-year relationship – a testament to the extraordinary value both organizations bring to our industry.”
The relationship between Incodema3D and EOS dates to 2012 with the acquisition of their first EOS M 280 – a forerunner to the current EOS M 290 midframe metal 3D printer. Since then, their EOS fleet of machines now includes nine EOS M 280s, two EOS M 290s, four EOS M 400s, and now the EOS M 300-4.
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