3D Systems is launching the DMP Flex 100 3D printer, saying it offers superior quality, versatility and throughput for entry-level metal 3D printing.
Designed to be used flexibly for research and development, application development and production, the DMP Flex 100 provides up to twice the throughput compared with 3D Systems' previous entry-level metal 3D printer, the ProX DMP 100. It produces precision metal parts with complex fine details and thin walls - achieving superior accuracy, repeatability and surface finish as fine as Ra 5um. Its build volume of 100x100x80mm (3.94x3.94x3.15in) is suitable for small, intricate parts.
The DMP Flex 100 is equipped with enough power to process materials including different grades of titanium and other alloys. At launch, 3D Systems is offering LaserForm CoCr (B) and LaserForm 17-4PH (B) with extensively developed, tested and optimised print databases. Additional LaserForm materials for use with the DMP Flex 100 are in development.
3DXpert, 3D Systems' all-in-one software for Design for Additive Manufacturing (DfAM), is included with the DMP Flex 100 to ensure a streamlined and repeatable process for high-quality optimised prints.
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