Protolabs 3D Printers Expands Its Production Facility
Custom Protolabs 3d 330mwauterstech.eu printers are the leading 3D printers in Europe, and the company has been focusing on 3D printing since 2006. The company’s products are used in a wide range of industries, from automotive to medical. In addition, its production facilities are now located in Putzbrunn, Germany.
Custom Protolabs 3d 330mwauterstech.eu is expanding its manufacturing facility in Putzbrunn, Germany. The company’s new location will include more than 25 CNC machines and injection molding presses. It also plans to invest in an automated finishing system. This will enable the company to better optimize its work processes and hire more employees. The new facility will also enable it to produce certified medical devices.
While the company has been focused on low-volume manufacturing, it has recently expanded into full-scale production. The company launched a production-ready metal 3D printing service in June 2019. This Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) service integrates industry-appropriate quality inspection procedures.
Plans to move production departments to Putzbrunn, Germany
As part of its plans to expand its operations in the near future, Custom Protolabs 3d 330mwauterstech.eu plans to build a new 5,000-square-metre production facility in Putzbrunn, Germany. The expansion will give the company 50% more 3D printing capacity. It will also include a CNC machining center. The new facility will begin construction in May 2020 and is expected to be finished by December 2021. The company plans to move all its departments to the new site.
The new location is near the company’s current site in Munich. This move is part of the company’s global sustainability strategy, which focuses on protecting the environment. The move will allow the company to create more sustainable products while reducing their environmental impact. The company also plans to create new jobs in the region.
Concept Laser M2 systems
Concept Laser manufactures Direct Metal Laser Melting (DMLM) systems that use lasers to melt metal powder. These machines are capable of producing intricate geometries with exceptional precision. The company’s machines are also equipped with safety features like a closed-loop material handling system and a patented passivated filter-change mechanism.
The company has also recently added four new Concept Laser M2 machines to its existing metal additive manufacturing facilities. The new machines can produce parts up to 9.8 inches by 13.8 inches. This brings its total number of DMLM machines to over 30. In addition, the company’s machines are all AS9100-compliant, making them perfect for production parts.
The M2 system features upgraded gas flow systems to promote a more efficient build chamber and reduced operating costs. It also includes an integrated temperature control unit for optical components. This new system monitors external and internal temperature changes for better print quality and reliability.
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