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IMTS PAVILION: ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING


Hybrid Metal Laser Sintering/Milling Machine Lumex Avance-25 metal laser sintering hybrid milling ma- chine is the product of a partnership between MC Machinery Systems, wholly owned by Mitsubishi Corp., and Matsuura Machinery Corp. The machine is one of the only machines in the world providing one-machine, one-process manufacturing of complex molds and parts by fusing metal laser sintering technology with high-speed milling technology. Using 3D data the unit is able to produce complicated parts through total manufacturing by digital


engineering. It achieves high accuracy in part fabrication since metal powders are melted and sintered via laser, while surfaces are precisely milled at high speeds. MC Machinery Systems Inc. Ph: 630-616-5920 Web site: www.mcmachinery.com


3D Printed Part Quoting CIDEAS’ 3D printing quote software, True-Quote, offers a consumer-friendly approach combined with professional- grade features. While orientation, feature strength and gen- eral aesthetics are ignored with other industrial on-line 3D Printing quote software on the market, True-Quote puts the power in the user’s hands to interact with the user’s CAD within a three- dimensional workspace. The advanced visualization


systems enables users to determine, in real-time, the best technology, material, and platform position. Choose: build orientation, layer resolution, color, fi nish and most important- ly, support structures, (which determine build time, surface fi nish, and waste). CIDEAS Inc.


Ph: 847-639-1000 Web site: www.buildparts.com


Selective Laser Melting System SLM Solutions will feature the top-selling SLM 280HL metal additive manufacturing system, their mid-range machine with a build envelope of 280 × 280 × 350 mm. As with all SLM Solutions machines, the SLM


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280HL features the patented bidirectional recoater. Just by laying fresh powder on the build plate in both directions, as opposed to coating in one direction and then returning to a “home” position, build times can be reduced by 30%. Ad- ditionally, multiple laser confi gurations including twin 400 W or dual lasers of 400 and 1000 W also increase build speeds compared to single laser options. SLM Solutions NA Inc. Ph: 248-243-5400 Web site: www.slm-solutions.us


Industrial 3D Printing Proto Labs’ industrial 3D printing employs advanced tech- nologies to create extremely accurate prototypes, from small parts with complex geome- tries to large precise patterns. 3D printed parts are built by rapid stereolithography (SL), selective laser sintering (SLS) and direct metal laser sintering (DMLS) processes, and in a range of plastics and


metals. The catalyst is an automated quoting system that provides design analysis and pricing information within hours of uploading a 3D CAD model. Proto Labs


Ph: 877-479-3680 Web site: www.protolabs.com


Hybrid Additive/Subtractive Machining System Machine tool builder Mitsui Seiki has combined an addi- tive and subtractive process on one machine tool platform, the Vertex 55X-H. The platform combines a precision-built traditional CNC vertical machining center with a spindle- adapted laser DED powder feed nozzle. Parts can be 3D printed from nothing or material can be added to existing parts. The nozzle loads into the tool changer like any conventional tool and


is changed automatically via the CNC program prompts, a milling/drilling tool replaces it and aspects of the workpiece can be machined conventionally—including internal features. Customers can choose either a CAT or HSK spindle that offers 15,000–30,000 rpm. The working range is from 550 to


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