Rapidproto labs, an emerging additive manufacturing service provider from Tamil Nadu, India revealed that it has added EOS P396 – a polymer Selective Laser Sintering printer, to its fleet of 3D printing systems to offer a wide range of digital manufacturing solutions.
With this new addition, the company aims to cater to the growing needs of functional prototyping and low volume production from its customers.
EOS P 396 – SLS 3D Printer
EOS P 396 is a world-class laser sintering printer that produces high-quality parts with excellent mechanical properties and dimensional accuracy. It ca work with as many as 14 materials and 26 parameter sets to print parts for a wide range of applications.
The printer also offers full integration into the IIoT environment with EOSCONNECT Core resulting in an entirely digital process chain from the CAD model, through ERP and MES connection, to the finished part.
With its large build volume of 340 x 340 x 600 mm and nesting & stacking of multiple parts together batch volumes of 100 to 200 parts can be produced in matter of 1-2 days.
Offering Digital Manufacturing Solutions
Rapidproto Labs Private Limited (formally Rapid 3D Technologies) provides end-to-end digital manufacturing solutions that leverage Additive manufacturing (3D Printing), 3D Scanning & Reverse engineering to reduce the product development cycle, enhance prototyping capabilities, improve production efficiency and maximize supply chain flexibility to our customers.
The company offers 3D printing services in three different technologies, namely Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM), Stereolithography (SLA) and now Selective Laser Sintering (SLS).
With more Startups & customers benefiting from adopting to 3D Printing over traditional manufacturing, Rapidproto labs plans to open up multiple materials options and add post processing techniques in coming months.
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