Additive Manufacturing Systems
Direct Metal 3D Printer accelerates production cycle times.
Press Release Summary:
Featuring large 275 x 275 x 420 mm build volume, ProX™ DMP 320 is optimized for critical applications requiring complex, chemically pure titanium, stainless steel, or nickel super alloy parts. Exchangeable manufacturing modules support rapid material change or replenishment, enabling efficient powder recycling. Additional features includeÂ centralized maintenance management, minimized argon gas consumption, and serial manufacturing workflow support.
Original Press Release:
3D Systems Launches ProX DMP 320 for High Precision, High Throughput Direct Metal Printing
Leverages Expertise in High Volume Metal Additive Manufacturing
Exchangeable Print Modules Increase Application Versatility and Productivity
Centralized Maintenance Management and Serial Manufacturing Workflow Support Create Operating Cost Advantages
ROCK HILL, S.C., -- 3D Systems (NYSE:DDD) announced today the immediate commercial availability of the ProX™ DMP 320, the latest addition to the company’s line of direct metal 3D printers. The ProX DMP 320 is designed for high precision, high throughput direct metal printing and optimized for critical applications requiring complex, chemically-pure titanium, stainless steel or nickel super alloy parts.
Watch a video to see how the ProX DMP 320 can accelerate production cycle times and improve the quality and performance of metal parts.
The ProX DMP 320 sets a new standard for productivity in metal 3D printing. With exchangeable manufacturing modules, the ProX DMP 320 supports rapid material change or replenishment, allowing manufacturers to keep pace with demanding production cycles and enabling efficient powder recycling. The printer also features preset build parameters developed from the outcome of nearly half-a-million builds, providing predictable and repeatable print quality for virtually any geometry.
The ProX DMP 320 offers a large 275mm x 275mm x 420mm build volume. Designed to enable critical industrial applications, including those in aerospace, automotive and healthcare, the ProX DMP 320 comes in two configurations, one optimized for titanium and one optimized for stainless steel and nickel super alloy. With centralized maintenance management, reduced argon gas consumption and serial manufacturing workflow support, the ProX DMP 320 also offers competitive operating cost advantages.
“With the ProX DMP 320, we’ve leveraged our collective expertise in metal additive manufacturing to pair best-in-class productivity and repeatability with exceptional outcomes in key industrial materials,” said Mark Wright, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, 3D Systems. “We’ve been working closely with leading customers through extensive beta testing of this machine and the feedback we have received distinguishes this printer as one primed to transform expectations for timelines, process and results.”
“As beta system partners, we have been relying on the ProX DMP 320 to make titanium parts and are impressed by the high throughput, ease of use, consistency of output, and overall part quality,” said Bob Markley, Founder and Chief Executive Officer at 3rd Dimension, an industry leading Direct Metal Printing provider in North America. “Combined with our ProX 200 and ProX 300, we are able to provide our customers with the optimal part, in the optimal metal, to meet the demands of each and every application—no matter how specialized."
Additional information and product specifications for the ProX DMP 320 can be found here.
The ProX DMP 320 will be on display January 6-9, 2016, in the 3D Systems booth (#72721, Sands Expo) at International CES 2016, Las Vegas, NV. For more details regarding 3D Systems’ announcements at International CES 2016, please visit http://www.3dsystems.com/ces.
About 3D Systems
3D Systems provides advanced and comprehensive 3D digital design and fabrication solutions, including 3D printers, print materials and custom-designed parts. Its powerful ecosystem transforms entire industries by empowering users to bring their ideas to life using its vast material selection, including plastics, elastomers, metals and bio-compatible materials. 3D Systems’ leading personalized medicine capabilities include end-to-end simulation, training and planning, and printing of patient-specific surgical instruments and medical and dental devices. Its 3D digital design, fabrication and inspection products provide seamless interoperability and incorporate the latest immersive computing technologies. 3D Systems’ products and services disrupt traditional methods, deliver improved results and empower its customers to manufacture the future now.
More information on the company is available at www.3dsystems.com