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SLM 300 Realizer

SLM 300 Realizer - 3D printers
Basic specs Price: > $ 250,000> 250 000 €> 191,175 £> 28,254,000 ¥
Metascore -
Model SLM 300
Manufacturer Realizer
Category Industrial
Technology Powder (SLS, SLM...)
Material Metal
Max. build size 300 × 300 × 300 mm11.81 × 11.81 × 11.81 in
Release date
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Realizer SLM 300 review

The ReaLizer SLM 300 is an industrial 3D printer made by ReaLizer, a manufacturer based in Germany.

The ReaLizer SLM industrial 3D printers use the Selective Laser Melting (SLM) 3D printing technology. The SLM technology melts and fuses metallic powders with a powerful laser beam. Once a layer of solid metal is created, the tray holding the 3D print is lowered and powder is layered on top. The sintering with the laser resumes for a new layer. Layer after layer the object is 3D printed, until completion.

The ReaLizer SLM 300 is designed for the production of medium size components with high precision and surface quality.

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SLM 300 Realizer

General

Model SLM 300
Manufacturer Realizer
Metascore
Price > $ 250,000> 250 000 €> 191,175 £> 28,254,000 ¥
Release date
Country
Status Available
Category Industrial
Technology Powder (SLS, SLM...)
Material Metal
Filament diameter
OS compatibility Microsoft Windows
Generic material

Performance

XY accuracy
Max. build size 300 × 300 × 300 mm11.81 × 11.81 × 11.81 in
Max. build volume 27.00 L
Max. print speed
Min. layer thickness 0.02 mm0.001 in

Hardware

Dimensions 1800 × 1000 × 2200 mm70.87 × 39.37 × 86.61 in
Weight 800 kg1763.7 lb
Nozzle diameter(s)
Power input 16 A, 400 V

Features

Heated print bed
Heated build chamber
Automatic calibration
Closed frame Yes
Dual extruder
Independent Dual Extruder
Full color
LCD screen Yes
Touchscreen
On-board camera
Mobile app
3D scanners
CNC mill
Electronics 3D printing
Laser engraving
Conveyor belt
Air filter

Connectivity

USB
Wifi
Bluetooth
SD card
Ethernet Yes
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