Laseradd Co. Launches Four New Metal 3D Printers at TCT Asia 2018

2 Mins read

Laseradd Co., a Chinese manufacturer specialising in the manufacturing of SLM metal printing equipment, launched four new metal 3D printers at the recently concluded TCT Asia summit 2018. The four metal 3D printers consist of three DiMetal series of SLM printers and one metal SLS 3D Printer.

Laseradd Co., a year old company, has managed to raise quite a few eyebrows by shocking the world by unveiling four new metal 3D printers in its very first event. The four metal 3D printers comprise of DiMetal-50, DiMetal-100, DiMetal 300/500, and the SLS-400. The names signify the dimensions of the build volumes.

3D Printers Build Volumes
DiMetal-50 50 x 50 x 50 mm
DiMetal-100 100 x 100 x 100 mm
DiMetal 300/500 250 x 250 x 300 mm and 500 x 250 x 300 mm
SLS-400 400 x 400 x 400 mm



Laseradd DiMetal-50 3D Printer

Above: Laseradd DiMetal-50 3D Printer/Image Credit: Laseradd Co.

The smallest 3D printer by the company is apparently the highest selling product and has already received 5 orders. It offers a layer thickness of 20 microns and is available with an option of having either a 70W or a 200W laser. The printer is most suited to applications like jeweller and dental products. It can print stainless steel, titanium alloys, and cobalt-chromium alloys.


Laseradd DiMetal-100 3D Printer

Above: Laseradd DiMetal-100 3D Printer/Image Credit: Laseradd Co.

The DiMetal-100 3D printer is completely similar to DiMetal-50. It is available in two laser options of 200W and 500W. Also, it is bigger than the DiMetal-50 printer. Due to its larger size, it also caters to orthopaedic professionals apart from jewellers and dentists.

DiMetal 300/500:

This metal 3D printer is also similar to the rest of the DiMetal series of printers. It is powered by a 500W laser and is best suited in mould manufacturing and functional parts in various industries like automotive, aerospace, medical, etc.

The stand out feature of this printer is its Multi-Printing capability. It can print a single object in a single material, with two to four materials for gradient building, and with one to four materials with them forming at different positions.

Also Read: SLM Solutions Showcases SLM 280 2.0 for AM at TCT Asia 2018


This last 3D printer was showcased by a customer who is using this printer in the nuclear industry to print casings in tungsten from December 2017 and is happy with the results. The printed parts display good strength and durability.

This printer also supports other materials like polymers, ceramics & nylon apart from metal. This allows it to be used in multiple industries like aerospace, automotive, medical, and nuclear power plants.

All the new metal 3D printers launched by Laseradd Co., are focussed on providing the best quality. All the four printers have a gas shield protection system. The company believes it is different than other metal 3D printer manufacturing companies due to its unique offering.

The team has revealed that it will very soon launch three new printers but the announcement will be made pretty soon.


Check out our Tech News page for more 3D printing technology news.

2011 posts

About author
Manufactur3D is an Indian Online 3D Printing Media Platform that reports on the latest news, insights and analysis from the Indian and the Global 3D Printing Industry.
Related posts

Patients Receive 3D Printed Cervical Cage With Great Success

3 Mins read
Discover how 3D printed cervical cage are reshaping spinal surgery, offering personalized solutions for enhanced patient outcomes.

Interfacial Consultants LLC Acquires M. Holland 3D Printing Group

2 Mins read
Read about the latest acquisition in the additive manufacturing industry as Interfacial Consultants acquires M. Holland Company’s 3D Printing group, strengthening their presence in North America and beyond.

Texas Back Institute uses DeGen Medical's 3D Printed Solar AM ALIF gadget

2 Mins read
Discover DeGen Medical, a trailblazing leader in spinal implant technology. Explore their latest achievement, the 3D printed Solar AM ALIF device, part of the groundbreaking Puri-Ti portfolio

Leave a Reply