Intech Additive Solutions to showcase its new iFusion325 LPBF 3D Printer at Formnext 2022

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Intech iFusion325 LPBF Metal 3D Printer
Intech iFusion325 LPBF Metal 3D Printer/Source: Intech Additive Solutions

Intech Additive Solutions, a pioneer in Additive Manufacturing (AM) and metal 3D printing solutions, will exhibit its iFusion325 LPBF Metal 3D Printer at Formnext 2022, the largest Additive Manufacturing exhibition, which will be held in Frankfurt from November 15 to 18. The machine is designed to address the challenges that manufacturers face, such as rising costs, excessive material waste, longer manufacturing processing times, and inconsistent part quality. This machine will benefit businesses in a variety of industries, including aerospace, defence, general engineering, education, tool and die, medical, space, and others.

Additive Manufacturing addresses critical issues by providing an alternative and sustainable manufacturing method. Given this, the iFusion325 has the largest build envelopes in its class, single and multi-laser configurations with full-field scanning, and an optimized Cost-per-Part (CPP) comparable to traditional manufacturing techniques. With the iFusion325, the print process is more productive, producing accurate, high-quality printed parts. The machine is capable of producing a wide range of materials and metal alloy powders, including aluminum, titanium, copper, stainless steel, inconel, and others.

“Following the successful launch of iFusion150 2nd gen, we are excited to showcase the iFusion325 at Formnext this week. This solution will cater to diverse AM requirements, which is ideal for various industry verticals. At Formnext, we hope to explore more partnerships and expand our global reach. We anticipate this machine to be one of the bestselling products from our portfolio in the future. Come and visit us at our partner DMG MORI’s booth at Formnext.”

– Sridhar Balram, Founder and CEO of Intech Additive Solutions

iFusion325 LPBF Metal 3D Printer

The iFusion325 LPBF is a high-performance mid-format metal 3D printer that boasts of a largest-in-class build volume of 325mm x 325mm x 420mm. It has a single and dual laser option and has multi-material printing capability. Its key features include cost-per-part optimisation, highest-in-class laser power, fully automated powder handling, powder sieving, and part removal.

Its core applications lie in aerospace, automotive, medical and dental, industry as well as general engineering, tool and die, defence, space and education.

DMG MORI, a German-Japanese machine tool company, has strategically invested in Intech and joined their advisory panel in recognition of the company’s success. IIT Madras, INDO MIM, Yenepoya University, Pandit Deendayal Energy University, MRF, Bellatrix Aerospace, and others are among Intech’s clients.

About Intech Additive Solutions: Intech Additive Solutions Pvt Ltd, founded in 2012 by Mr. Sridhar Balaram, is the first Indian Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) to develop and supply LPBF Metal 3D Printers. In 2017, the company developed ‘AMOptoMet,’ the world’s first parameter optimization software, and in 2020, it built India’s first Metal 3D Printer iFusion150 and ‘AMBuilder’ Software. Intech Additive introduced the large-format Metal 3D Printer machine in 2021, establishing Intech as the industry’s true-blue complete solutions provider.

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