7/28/2016 | 1 MINUTE READ

3D Printer for Building of Reactive, Non-Reactive Materials

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The Mlab Cusing R by Concept Laser is capable of building in both reactive and non-reactive materials, and produces fully-dense parts with a high-quality surface finish.

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The Mlab Cusing R by Concept Laser is capable of building in both reactive and non-reactive materials, and produces fully-dense parts with a high-quality surface finish. The machine’s smaller build volume makes it suitable for high-value materials as it requires smaller powder batches. It also enables economic fabrication of delicate dental products and medical implants, as well as medical instruments made from titanium.

The 3D printer features a glovebox module docked onto the machine for loading/unloading and safe handling of material, enabling quick change-over while minimizing the risk of contamination of powder materials. The build module can be pulled out into the glovebox, which is then flooded with argon to inert the chamber for safe titanium processing. The operator accesses the build chamber through the glovebox gloves in order to load or remove components. After the end of the process, the build module is moved back into the machine and the glovebox is undocked.

The machine is available in three different build envelope versions: 50 × 50 mm, 70 × 70 mm and 90 × 90 mm, with an 80-mm-high build envelope. A system of exchangeable drawers enables the use of different build envelopes in the machine. In addition, the drawers are removable for the purpose of storing materials.

The 3D printer processes a range of materials, including gold, silver alloys, bronze, cobalt-chromium alloys and stainless steel. Other compatible materials include titanium and titanium alloys such as Rematitan CL from Dentaurum, CL41TI ELI (Ti6Al4V) and pure titanium. 

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