3D printer manufacturer XYZprinting highlights its presence at Formnext with its Open Platform Fast Cycle Sintering (OPFCS) solution. The machine manufacturer believes in the power of open-platform-based selective laser sintering (SLS) 3D printing solutions to utilize powder from any material supplier and reuse end-of-life powder, maximizing this way materials compatibility while greatly decreasing waste.
“While XYZprinting is known for offering the most competitive and balanced SLS solutions, this new capability to reuse end-of-life powder originally produced by any supplier makes us leaders in cost effectiveness in addition to energy efficiency,” remarked Fernando Hernandez, EMEA Managing Director of XYZprinting.
On top of reducing waste and expanding compatibility, the bigger build volume of MfgPro236 xS is ideal for expanding capacity for expedited jobs. It offers top speeds — up to 22 mm per hour, a 22-hour cycle, and only 2 hours for cooling — enabling it to rapidly print parts while maintaining high precision and quality, the company reminds.
With the growing demand for SLS 3D printing across the consumer goods industry and the drones industry, XYZprinting enables companies like H&U Scheffler GmbH and TEKEVER to transition from outsourcing to in-house SLS 3D printing while embracing a sustainability journey through a production that can meet the requirements for strength, impact resistance, and rigidity.
Specifically, SLS 3D printers offer numerous manufacturing advantages, but a common drawback is waste: service bureaus with high capacity typically face major disposal costs. XYZprinting solves this firstly by providing high-performance systems with bigger build volumes for less waste. Secondly, its open platform systems enable manufacturers to use recycled powder along with 20-30% fresh powder and to re-utilize powder from any supplier.
The da Vinci Pro EVO–evolutional desktop 3D printer
XYZprinting’s newly launched da Vinci Pro EVO 3D printer is a step forward from the popular veteran da Vinci Pro and the next evolution in desktop 3D printing. It can be used with over ten different types of materials, included TPU, PC, Nylon, and Carbon Fiber, making it perfect for a wide range of professional applications.
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