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Farsoon 403P Series Reduces Cost for Part Production

RAPID 2020: Farsoon 403P Series is said to be a powerful and versatile platform for plastic laser sintering.
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Farsoon 403P series is a powerful and versatile platform for plastic laser sintering.

Farsoon 403P Series is said to be a powerful and versatile platform for plastic laser sintering. Featuring an industrial-scale build cylinder of 400 × 400 × 450 mm (15.7 × 15.7 × 17.7 in) dimension, the 403P series is suited for efficient manufacturing of large sized parts or series production of smaller parts for reduced cost.

The 403P platform is offered in multiple configurations featuring a range of speed and temperature capabilities, including our latest Flight Technology for scalability of throughput and high-resolution details as small as 0.23 mm. Temperature shielding, laser power and thermal controls enable high-temperature configuration up to 220 for processing industrial materials, such as PA6, for direct-use applications.

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