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Eplus 3D launches new quad-laser printer

The EP-M400 can support a wide range of metal alloys

The EP-M400 is designed for faster and more cost-effective industrial production.

Metal 3D printer manufacturer Eplus3D has added a new model to its quad-laser series with the EP-M400.

The EP-M400, which is tailored to both large and entry-level businesses, is designed for faster and more cost-effective industrial production. 

Available in a single, dual or quad-laser configuration, the EP-M400 has a standard build chamber of 405 x 405 x 450 mm (height incl. build plate). This, according to the firm, makes it well-suited to a wide variety of metal AM applications. 

The EP-M400 can support a range of materials, such as tool and die steels, and aluminium, titanium, copper, and nickel-based alloys. Its open system allows users to customise and adjust parameters to develop a dedicated application parameter package.

Featuring Eplus3D wind field design and multi-laser scanning strategy, the EP-M400 ensures high standard and consistency of part performance while achieving high production efficiency, the firm says.

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