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Eplus3D releases new EP-M400S metal 3D printer

With options for 1, 2, 3, and 4 lasers with multiple power levels (500W, 700W, and 1KW for each laser), users can fine-tune the performance to meet the specific demands of their applications

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Building upon the success of the EP-M400, Eplus3D, one of the leading Chinese metal AM companies, has introduced the EP-M400S – the latest addition to its lineup of metal 3D printing machines. The laser configuration of the EP-M400S offers an exceptional level of customization. With options for 1, 2, 3, and 4 lasers with multiple power levels (500W, 700W, and 1KW for each laser), users can fine-tune the performance to meet the specific demands of their applications.

Combining the expertise and technology of Eplus3D’s large and small frame systems with the four different efficiency modes available in the EP Control software – with a combination of recoating speed and laser assignment strategy – the system allows for application-specific optimization in the running of the print jobs.

Eplus3D releases new EP-M400S metal 3D printer with options for 1, 2, 3, and 4 lasers with multiple power levels.

A major innovation in the EP-M400S is the adoption of top feeding powder hopper and Bi-directional powder re-coating – reducing dosing time by up to 30%. This approach significantly streamlines the metal powder layering process and saves a substantial amount of time.

Fully compatible with accessories such as the company’s EP-MS600 ultrasonic sieving machine and EP-MF400 automated powder feeding system, the EP-M400S facilitates seamless integration and unlocks the ability to refill the powder tank without interrupting the printing process – saving time, and preserving powder conditions within an inert atmosphere.

Eplus3D releases new EP-M400S metal 3D printer with options for 1, 2, 3, and 4 lasers with multiple power levels.

With a change in the design, the EP-M400S has undergone a size reduction of 10% compared to its predecessor – giving a high level of accuracy and reliability in a smaller package. Features added to the new construction will also provide easier access to cleaning and maintenance locations in the machine, not only improving the functionality but also the serviceability.

Retaining the layer thickness and material compatibility of its predecessor, the EP-M400S finds applications across diverse industries, including aerospace, automotive, molding, and medical implants. Its adaptability positions it as an all-encompassing metal 3D printing solution.

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