Eplus3D’s new EP-M2050 offers 64 laser option for high-speed Additive Manufacturing

EquipmentNews
May 13, 2024

May 13, 2024

Eplus3D has introduced the EP-M2050 large format multi-laser metal Additive Manufacturing system (Courtesy Eplus3D)
Eplus3D has introduced the EP-M2050 large format multi-laser metal Additive Manufacturing system (Courtesy Eplus3D)

Eplus3D, based in Hangzhou, China, has launched the EP-M2050, adding to its range of large-format metal Laser Beam Powder Bed Fusion (PBF-LB) Additive Manufacturing machines. The new machine is supplied with 36 lasers as standard but can be upgraded to 49 or 64 lasers if required. It has a build volume of 2050 x 2050 x 1100 mm and a customisable Z-axis up to 2000 mm.

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Eplus3D’s latest machine also offers the flexibility of choosing between 500 W or 700 W fibre lasers, enabling it to process a diverse range of materials including titanium alloy, aluminium alloy, stainless steel, and tool steel.

The EP-M2050 has 36 lasers as standard, with the option to increase these to 64 lasers (Courtesy Eplus3D)
The EP-M2050 has 36 lasers as standard, with the option to increase these to 64 lasers (Courtesy Eplus3D)

With a layer thickness range of 20-120 µm, the EP-M2050 is reported to be ideal for the manufacturing of large-scale, high-precision components for aerospace and other demanding sectors.

As is common with Eplus3D’s large-format PBF-LB machines, the EP-M2050 can be connected to the company’s closed-loop sieving tower, ensuring the highest user safety, reduced downtime and reduced material waste.

The EP-M2050 follows the launch of Eplus3D’s 16-laser EP-M1550 in September 2023. With an option for up to 25 lasers, the EP-M1550 has now been successfully installed at customer sites.

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