3D printer manufacturer and subsidiary of Groupe Gorgé, Prodways, is launching its new range of industrial laser sintering printers, which the company will first present at the formnext show in Frankfurt next week.
The launch of this completely new range of ProMaker P series laser sintering printers follows the announcement at end-September of the signature of an R&D partnership agreement with Hunan Farsoon Tech Ltd, and provides an alternative to the current offers on the market. The “Prodways powered by Farsoon” range stands out from current standards for its high thermal stability offering optimized mechanical properties, combined with a fully digital, ultra-fast and highly accurate laser scanning system. The integration of these recent technological advances enables Prodways to offer a comprehensive range of solutions guaranteeing high productivity combined with the best levels of precision and quality.
Accordingly, the range of “Prodways powered by Farsoon” ProMaker P series printers, whose price will be between 200.000€ and 450.000€, is available in two families:
ProMaker P2000 series
The range of ProMaker P2000 series printers provides top industrial performance in a compact format and offers a high-temperature version enabling printing with high-performance materials at temperatures of up to 220°C, thereby opening up the possibility of new industrial applications.
ProMaker P4000 series
The range of ProMaker P4000 series printers offers exclusive industrial production capacity with wide platforms and high productivity to print high-precision parts. A ProMaker P4000 will be shown on FormNext’s booth.
Prodways is also launching a first range of PA12 nylon powders, developed in cooperation with Hunan Farsoon. In addition, across the entire ProMaker P Series printer range, a platform strategy open to all materials is offered.
Manufacturing machines featuring SLS als well as their proprietary MOVINGlight technology, the company now covers the majority of plastic 3D printing applications. Their first metal additive manufacturing systems are to be released in 2016.