M3 Partners adds EOS M300-4 Additive Manufacturing machine to line up

July 2, 2022

M3 Partners now has M300-4 machine from EOS as well as its three M290s (Courtesy M3 Partners)

Additive Manufacturing solutions company M3 Partners (formerly Partners Lab), Seoul, South Korea, has announced that it has introduced the M300-4 Laser Beam Powder Bed Fusion (PBF-LB) machine from EOS GmbH, headquartered in Krailling, Germany.

The M300-4 has a build space of 300 x 300 x 400 mm and is reputedly optimised to produce parts stably according to the standardised stacking method of various industries such as aerospace, medical, mould, and automobiles. In addition, four 400 W fibre lasers are fitted to cover the entire build area in overlap, and each laser can reach any point on the build plate, allowing flexibility in the build direction.

Compared to the existing medium-sized M290 machine, the M300-4 is said to have the same quality level, but with productivity improved by an average 3-4 times, with up to tenfold improvement possible.

With the introduction of this equipment, M3 Partners will be equipped with a total of four metal Additive Manufacturing machines printers; one M300-4 and three M290s. The company also provides output services based on Additive Manufacturing and CNC processing, precision processing, mould design and manufacturing.



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