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The EP-M650 quad-laser systems will be used for production of aerospace parts

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Chinese AM service provider JINGYE Additive Manufacturing, has acquired a batch of large Eplus3D EP-M650 metal 3D printers from Chinese 3D printer manufacturer Eplus3D to be used in production of aerospace applications. JINGYE Additive Manufacturing is the AM division of the giant JINGYE group, the largest Chinese steelmaker and the only additive manufacturing company in the world that integrates professional R&D, production and sales of high-end aerosol metal powder, laser remanufacturing and 3D printing services.

JINGYE Additive Manufacturing acquired a batch of large Eplus3D EP-M650 metal 3D printers from Eplus3D for aerospace applications.
Using MPBF (Metal Powder Bed Fusion) technology, the EP-M650 is using a 655x655x800mm³ build envelope and quad laser systems to ensure a high efficiency production. The precise positioning and innovative area splicing control technology offers uniformity and stability throughout the whole printing phase. The system can operate with various metal powders such as Titanium, Aluminum and Nickel-based alloys, Maraging Steel, Stainless Steel, Chrome Cobalt Alloys and other materials. It is suitable for the direct manufacturing of large-size, high-precision and high-performance parts in the aerospace, aviation, automotive and defense industry.

JINGYE Group, which acquired acquired British Steel in March 2020, has established several intelligent manufacturing production lines leveraging additive manufacturing raw materials (metal powder) production, laser cladding repair, 3D printing products and powder tool and die steel production to meet the personalized needs of its customers.

Since the emergence of SLM multi laser metal 3D printer, the demand for large-size and high-capacity additive manufacturing machines in the market, especially in the military and aerospace fields, has been steadily increasing. Printed metal parts can reach the size of 300-1000 mm or even larger. With the rise and maturity of domestic metal 3D printers in recent years, many Chinese companies have turned to domestic 3D printer manufacturers.

Eplus3D, as a pioneer in additive manufacturing in China, has drawn JINGYE’s attention. Recently JINGYE Additive Manufacturing with its Eplus3D Quad Laser Large Size Metal 3D Printerm the EP-M650.

“The first EP-M650 3D Printer arrived a few months ago and we installed it immediately, which has been continuously printing metal parts,” said a JINGYE Group spokesperson. “Often one part has to be printed for more than ten days. At present, the printing success rate of our large parts is 100%, and there is no waste product. Whether it is foreign or domestic 3D printers, it is very difficult to do this, as the requirement of the stability is very high.”

JINGYE Additive Manufacturing acquired a batch of large Eplus3D EP-M650 metal 3D printers from Eplus3D for aerospace applications.
Aerospace Parts Printed by EP-M650: Turbine, 620×150 mm³. Printing time: 240 hours.

The spokesperson from JINGYE Additive Manufacturing also expressed great satisfaction with the achievements made by EPLUS3D metal 3D printer. “Continuous printing for up to 12 days without any problems in the process, requires high stability of the 3D printer. If the intermediate printing of such a large product fails, a lot of powder materials will be wasted, which may cost a lot, and seriously affect the delivery date.”

“In the future, we will also deploy super large metal 3D printers with molding size of more than 1000mm, and even larger of 1800 ~ 2000 mm to meet customers’ increasing demand for molding size. JINGYE Additive Manufacturing attaches great importance to the development of 3D printing projects, and spare no effort to provide all-round support, promote the development of high-end manufacturing and intelligent manufacturing industry, and contribute to China’s entry into a powerful country in science and technology.”

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