The middle-range warmth, polymer SLS mechanism intends to connect the prototyping and serial manufacturing with an extensible, modular pattern. It has the utmost heat of 300°C. The INTEGRA P 450 feeds a variety of SLS-matching polymers for technical processes.
“Our customers spoke, and we listened. Every aspect of the INTEGRA P 450’s design – from its serviceability and material flexibility to the thermal imaging camera and workflow-based approach – was thoughtfully measured against customer feedback to create a machine that can easily scale and bridge the gap, from R&D and prototyping to serial production,” says David Leigh, the COO of EOS North America.
EOS was established in 1989 and made its additive manufacturing debut with the STEREOS 400 arrangement, among the initial business-set SLA devices to be created. From that time, the firm has transferred into powder base fusion mechanism with the concentration on polymer sintering in the latest decade.
SLS systems portfolio of EOS comprises of but is not restricted to the FORMIGA P 110 Velocis. This is a small cost-efficient method fit for users simply entering the manufacturing-grade AM business. The EOS P 396, advanced for serial pieces, offers a higher pace of yield with quotable compact laxness. The EOS P 770, hosting two lasers, is ideal for large-part manufacturing and high-throughput technical production.
EOS plans to offer its clients a flexible mechanism. Versatility and scalability are at the center of this 3D printing machine. It allows INTEGRA P 450 utilizers to pieces for a variety of application processes.
This machine has the ability to handle temperatures of around 300°C. It, therefore, enables the additive manufacturing of a variety of polymers. Its freely regulated quartz heating areas lead to more constant pieces manufacturing and also an effective usage of the 420x420x500mm build capacity.
The printer’s enhanced process chamber improves thermal steadiness to guarantee production-grade manufacturing attributes. A thermal picturing camera incorporated into the system offers a real-time thermic review of piece beds for excellent in-situ quality regulation.
An exchangeable optics tray and upgradable build volume were created with significant input from service experts. This makes the mechanism all the more usable to lessen downtime. Noncompulsory accessories comprise of extra exchange supports, replaceable laser window units, extra multi-box feed mechanism units, and a decreased build mass adaptor that is presently under construction.
A CO2 120W laser offers a scanning pace of 12.7m/s. A double-roller recoating mechanism reapplies particles at paces of up to 0.4m/s. This leads to a normal build pace of 25mm/hour. A fresh plane segmentation abilities enable different layer breadths in the very part, varying from 0.10mm to 0.18mm. The company’s exclusive EOSPRINT 2 software facilitates simple progress from CAD model to 3D printed piece.