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Eplus3D launches EP-M2050 multi-laster metal 3D printer

With a build volume of 2050 x 2050 x 1100mm and a six-by-six laser matrix equipped with 36 galvanometers

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Eplus3D, a Chinese manufacturer of metal additive manufacturing equipment, has released its latest large-format multi-laster system, the EP-M2050. With a six-by-six laser matrix equipped with 36 galvanometers, the system ensures seamless operation of all lasers in perfect synchrony.

With an optional upgrade to accommodate 64 lasers, the EP-M2050 boasts an eight-by-eight laser matrix with 64 galvanometers – further elevating its performance. With a build volume of 2050 x 2050 x 1100mm – extendable to 2000mm in height – the system alleviates size constraints while maintaining consistency.

Eplus3D launches EP-M2050 multi-laster metal 3D printer with a build volume of 2050 x 2050 x 1100mm and a six-by-six laser matrix.

The EP-M2050 offers the flexibility of choosing between 500W or 700W fiber lasers – enabling the processing of diverse materials including titanium alloy, aluminum alloy, stainless steel, and tool steel. With a layer thickness range of 20-120µm, the system excels in manufacturing large-scale, high-precision components – making it a well-suited choice for aerospace and other demanding sectors that prioritize production quality and precision. The EP-M2050 can be connected to Eplus3D’s closed-loop sieving tower – ensuring user safety, and reduced downtime and waste material.

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