Xact Metal enters UK market with two SLS 3D printers

Published 13 June 2019

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: cad, 3d printing, additive manufacturing, tech, sls, laser lines, xact metal

The XM200S and XM200C machines from Xact Metal both offer a 127 x 127 x 127mm build chamber for metals 3D printing, and are now available in the UK via reseller Laser Lines.

Operating out of Penn State University’s Innovation Park, Pennsylvania, the Xact Metal technology is aimed at customers in high-performing industries where high-throughput and print speed is critical including aerospace and medical (XM200S), and for entry-level operators, universities, prototyping laboratories and SMEs (XM200C).

Both systems use a laser-based powder-bed fusion technology in which a laser selectively melts thin layers of metal powder to create parts directly from a 3D CAD model.

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