3D SYSTEMS LAUNCHES TWO NEW DMP METAL 3D PRINTERS AND CUSTOMER INNOVATION CENTER

3D Printing Industry | 11/16/2018 | Tia Vialva
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Leading 3D printer manufacturer 3D Systems has announced the latest additions to its DMP metal 3D printing platform – the DMP Flex 350 and DMP Factory 350 3D printers.

Furthermore, the company has introduced a new aluminum alloy material, LaserForm AISiMg0.6(A), and established a new Customer Innovation Center (CIC) in Germany for plastics in additive manufacturing. Vyomesh Joshi, President and CEO at 3D Systems explained:

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“AT FORMNEXT 2017, I ANNOUNCED 3D SYSTEMS’ INTENT TO BRING 3D PRINTING TO THE FACTORY FLOOR WITH A NEW GENERATION OF ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING SOLUTIONS. OVER THE LAST YEAR WE HAVE BROUGHT TO MARKET AN UNRIVALLED SERIES OF PLASTIC AND METAL 3D PRINTERS, MATERIALS AND SOFTWARE THAT ARE OPTIMIZING WORKFLOWS, ENABLING NEW DESIGN INNOVATIONS, AND REDUCING COSTS.”

A 3D printed bracket produced in 3D Systems LaserForm AlSi7Mg0.6 (A) aluminum alloy for lightweight parts. Photo via 3D Systems.

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Following the release of the DMP Factory 500, the new DMP Flex 350 and DMP Factory 350 are designed for improved volume production for industrial applications such as aerospace, healthcare, and transportation. With a build volume of 275 x 275 x 380 mm (10.82 x 10.82 x 14.96 in), the DMP Flex 350, successor to the ProX DMP 320 metal 3D printer, reduces material waste, and set-up times. In comparison to the ProX DMP 320, the DMP Fex 350 offers improved print productivity of 15%. And, most Importantly, the Flex is designed to be easily scaled up in a factory setting as demand increases.

Sharon Tuvia, an Israeli manufacturer of mechanical aeronautical assemblies, tested 3D Systems’ new AISiMg0.6(A) on the DMP Flex 350. Ronen Sharon, CEO of Sharon Tuvia said:

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“WE CHALLENGED TITANIUM PARTS PRODUCED ON THE DMP FLEX 350 WITH A BATTERY OF EXTERNAL TESTS – EVALUATING ELONGATION, STRESS, FATIGUE, MICROSTRUCTURE ANALYSIS, AND OTHER FACTORS.”

“The LaserForm titanium parts performed without parallel. The results were...
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