IN4.OS adds four DMG Mori AM machines to its Smart Factories of the Future

June 15, 2020

DMG Mori’s Lasertec 30 Dual SLM machine is one of four AM machines purchased by IN4.OS US LLC (Courtesy DMG Mori)

IN4.OS US LLC, an organisation focused on developing advanced manufacturing enterprises for strategic sectors to construct what it brands its ‘Smart Factories of the Future’, has purchased four DMG Mori Additive Manufacturing machines.

According to DMG Mori US, the company has purchased the a Lasertec 30 SLM 2nd Generation, Lasertec 30 Dual SLM, Lasertec 4300 3D hybrid and the Lasertec 65 3D hybrid.

The Lasertec 3D hybrid combines laser deposition welding with a powder nozzle and 5-axis milling, while Lasertec SLM series uses Laser Beam Powder Bed Fusion (LB-PBF) technology. DMG Mori stated that together, these manufacturing technologies complement each other ideally.

IN4.OS’s Smart Factory of the Future concept is a cyber-physical system- and location-agnostic factory said to have the ability to deliver flexible and scalable manufacturing capabilities. Its first such factory was established in 2019 as Ipsum Technologies LLC in Pickens County, South Carolina, USA. 

IN4.OS first strategically partnered with DMG Mori for to supply equipment for its Smart Factories with the establishment of Ipsum Technologies in 2019. IN4.OS now reportedly has the largest portfolio available of DMG Mori Additive Manufacturing equipment.

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