ProX DMP 320
|Technology||Powder Bed Fusion > SLM/DMLS|
|Topic||Metal 3D printing|
|Build volume||275 × 275 × 420 mm10.83 × 10.83 × 16.54 in|
3D Systems (NYSE:DDD) is one of the oldest, largest, and most global AM equipment manufacturers in the industry. The company was founded in 1986 and pioneered stereolithography technology in its early years. Today, 3D Systems markets numerous technologies and caters to most industries and their different use cases.
3D Systems ProX DMP 320 overview
The 3D Systems ProX DMP 320 is a professional metal 3D printer from the US based manufacturer 3D Systems. The 3D Systems ProX DMP 3D printers are rebranded Phenix Systems 3D printers, a French manufacturer purchased by 3D Systems.
3D Systems ProX DMP 320 3D printing technology
The ProX DMP line of professional 3D printers (ProX DMP 100, ProX DMP 200, ProX DMP 300 and ProX DMP 320) use the Direct Metal Printing (DMP) technology. This 3D printing technique also called laser sintering uses a laser as a power source to sinter powdered material. The compatible materials are metals (stainless steels, tool steels, non-ferrous alloys and super alloys) and ceramics (such as Cermet and others). More than 15 materials are available.
Those professional 3D printers are recommended for additive manufacturing of highly corrosion-resistant industrial parts that require high temperature resistance. The DMP technology can be used for the production of the following products: custom dental prostheses, orthopedic implants, tire molds, watches and aircraft parts, conformal tooling, tooling inserts and blow molds.
The ProX DMP 320 is delivered with 3D Systems’ software tools, specifically designed to ensure efficient metal or ceramic manufacturing processes.
The ProX DMP 320 offers centralized maintenance management, reduced argon gas use, interchangeable build modules and support for a serial manufacturing workflow.