2016 Concept Laser M2 Cusing 3D Metal Printing System

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2016 Concept Laser M2 Cusing 3D Metal Printing System

  • MakeConcept Laser
  • ModelM2 Cusing Metal Printer
  • Year2016
  • Product #07448
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Live Tooling / Milling



Second Spindle

Tool Changer



Control Make/Model: Intel Core i7 PC Control
Additional Control Options: 16GB RAM
Windows 7 Ultimate, 64bit

Tailstock / Steadyrest


Product Description: 2016 M2 Cusing 3D Metal Printer (Direct Metal Laser Melting, DMLM) with welded steel frame design, for processing reactive and non reactive powder materials using the LaserCUSING-technology.

Process module, handling station, powder handling and inert gas filtration performed under ATEX Guideline II ( category 3D, Zone 22 ) for flammable or explosive materials.

Sealed process chamber with redundant oxygen online analysis. In case of sensor failures the build process can still be finished without need for a fire extinguishing system.

Laser System
Build Envelope: 250mm x 250mm x 280 mm (9.84" x 9.84"x 11")
Laser: Diode pumped Yb-fibre laser, 1 x 400W
Scan System: 1x Digital 3-Axis Scan System, Dynamic Interface Board SCANLAN RTC® 5
Scan Head: SCANLAB intelliSCAN 20
Spot Velocity: Max 6 m/s
Varioscan: SCANLAB varioscan [de]40i
Focus Diameter: 50 - 500µm (typical weld seam width 70-150µm)

Power Consumption: Max. 7.4kW
Pressure Air: Min 5 bar oil free
Inert Gas: Setup for Argon Gas
Recoater: 400mm/s Speed
Z-Axis: 10mm/s; Max 1000mm/s
Positioning Accuracy: +/- 0.1µm (traveling distance 280mm)
Repeat Accuracy: +/- 3-5 µm, Smallest Step +/- 1 µm

Extra Maraging Tool Steel (CL50W) Powder
Materialise Magics Software
Wet Separator NA 7-11 CL EU
(4) Steel 245mm x 245mm x 25mm Build Plates
Master Powder Exchange Container
Powder Sieve
Additional Powder Sieve
QM Quality Management System Powder
Powder Container Shelf
Extended Dose Chamber
GE LP Series UPS (Battery Backup)
(2) Transformers

About The Concept Laser M2
GE: In The Wild Episode - The Power of 3D Printing Video

GE's What is Additive Manufacturing Video