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JINGYE pushes the boundaries of large-format metal 3D printing with Eplus3D solutions

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Eplus3D large-format metal 3D printing solutions
Eplus3D large-format metal 3D printing solutions/Source: Eplus3D

Eplus3D, a pioneering manufacturer of large format metal PBF machines, recently announced that JINGYE Additive Manufacturing has added two state-of-the-art Eplus3D “ultra-large-class” metal PBF machines to its lineup, the EP-M1550 and EP-M1250. With Eplus3D as their chosen technology partner, JINGYE have expanded and pushed the boundaries of large-format metal 3D printing with these additions to their large AM portfolio.

The limited size of the printed components, which is largely determined by the build volume of the printing equipment, has been one of the major challenges in metal 3D printing technology.

Eplus3D Large-format metal 3D printing solutions

Eplus3D EP-M1550 metal PBF machine
EP-M1550 metal PBF machine/Source: Eplus3D

The EP-M1550, the world’s most advanced metal PBF machine of this scale, has been introduced. This cutting-edge machine has a maximum printing size of 1558 x 1558 x 1200 mm. It has 16 lasers (with the option of 25 lasers) and uses advanced laser positioning and stitching technology to ensure precise control over large-scale printing.

The EP-M1550 can handle a wide variety of materials. Its capabilities are especially well suited for direct manufacturing of large-sized, high-precision, and high-performance components in the aerospace industry and other fields.

JINGYE Additive Manufacturing, a global leader in additive manufacturing that integrates professional R&D, production, and sales of high-end metal powder, laser cladding, and 3D printing services, integrates advanced metal 3d printer as part of their manufacturing strategy’s early adoption.

Since the introduction of the MPBF multi-laser metal 3D printer, there has been an increase in market demand for large-format and high-capacity additive manufacturing machines. With parts measuring up to 1m or more in length. With the rise and maturity of large-scale metal 3D printers in recent years, the new systems are ready to meet the high demands of large-scale manufacturing around the world.

Eplus3D EP-M1250 metal 3D printer
EP-M1250 metal 3D printer/Source: Eplus3D

The EP-M1550 and EP-M1250 metal PBF machines from Eplus3D are revolutionizing the field of large-format metal 3D printing. By providing unrivalled building size, cutting-edge laser technology, metal material versatility, and exceptional precision and quality. The EP-M1550 and EP-M1250 push the boundaries of what is possible in metal additive manufacturing. Eplus3D continues to drive field innovation, establishing itself as a leader in the rapidly changing world of metal 3D printing.

To ensure high-efficiency production, the EP-M1550 has a large building envelope and a 16-laser system. The innovative area splicing control technology and multi-laser precise positioning provide uniformity and stability throughout the printing phase.

Titanium alloy, aluminum alloy, nickel alloy, maraging steel, stainless steel, and cobalt chrome are all compatible. The EP-M1550 is an excellent choice for direct manufacturing of large-size, high-precision, high-performance parts for aerospace and aviation, as well as other industries.

The EP-M1250 is an exceptional and robust metal 3D printer that enables the production of reliable and high-quality large metallic parts on an industrial scale without the use of tools, paving the way for industrialized serial production and full supply chain integration. The EP-M1250, with its 1250 x 1250 x 1350 mm build envelope and 9-laser systems, will greatly increase the potential for multi-meter metallic part development while achieving maximum productivity and reliability, ushering in a new era in metal additive manufacturing.


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