3D Printers & AM Systems

TPM P320 HT

Selective Laser Sintering (SLS)

TPM3D P320 HT systems produce high quality, tough end-use plastic including PEEK, flexible or alumide parts. Parts can be used for accurate prototyping and vacuum forming, also produce functional parts with a high-strength and high-quality surface finish.




  • Faster, Cheaper, Higher Perfomance
  • Faster scan and build speed for improved performance
  • Easy operation and maintenance
  • Easy operation and maintenance
  • Easy operation and maintenance
  • ACTIVE COOLING to reduce production time and minimise powder degration
  • Thermal Control on different Z-direction levels
  • OPEN-SOURCE SYSTEM allowing the freedom to create new behavior characteristics
            for models by programming material placements.
  • Cost savings of up to 50% with reduced new powder consumption
  • Proven reliability
  • Environmentally friendly
  • TUV CE certified


TPM P320 HT Parameter
Chamber Volume 320mm x 320mm x 400mm
Effective Build Volume: 310mm x 310mm x 390mm
CO2 Laser Power: 60w
Focus: 3-Axis Dynamic
Building Speed: Up to 20mm/hr
Layer Thickness: 0.1 / 0.12 / 0.15mm
Laser Focus Spot: 0.25mm
Scan Speed: Up to 13,000mm/s
Build Unit Size W x D x H: 1.3 x 1.2 x 2.1m
Control Unit Size W x D x H: 0.7 x 1.1 x 1.9m
Build Unit Weight: 1,300kg
Max. Operation Temperature Platform / Build Chamber: 390 / 350°C
Active Cooling: NO
Thermal Regulator: YES
Lifting Trolley: Manual
Oxygen Detector: YES
Parts Colour: White / Black or others
OS & Data Preparation Software: Windows 10 / SolidView Pro RP, 64bit
Data Format: STL
Powder Feeding Type: Twin Storage Bins
Recoater: Smart Recoater Blade
Nitrogen Generator: Integrated
Power Supply: 380V, 3P/N/PE, 32A, 50Hz, 8KW


Automobiles

The main driver in 3D printing for vehicles is not printing the entire vehicle, but a move to 3D printing tooling and end-use parts. According to SmarTech, prototyping has only penetrated automotive prototyping by 15% to 20%. Ford, for example, has been 3D printing prototypes for over 20 years to decrease design time.



General Engineering

When engineering challenging designs, 3D printing let’s you try new prototypes, address problems and find solutions as you go, all in a matter of hours. It also allows you to work with complex internal structures and geometries, something traditional methods just can’t offer.



Architecture

3D printing is used to produce detailed architecture models. Rather than relying on the past methods for creating models of buildings, it’s possible to convert standard CAD models used to design structures into 3D-printable files.


Research & Development

Research & Development is a very crucial part of many industries as well as markets, it has its own benefits. Manufacturers and firms need to ensure that their products constantly evolve and meet the ongoing trends, changing market demands, challenging competition, varying consumer requirements and at the same time be cost efficient.


Education

Education now finds a real meaning with the engineering practice and occupational skills training designed to build platform for innovative and efficient design. The process now provides student with the space for stimulating new originality and innovation, the design tools for transformation of concept sketch or real objects to 3D digital model, hardware support for getting 3D data from products, the intelligent manufacturing system that creates physical model from digital model quickly, and the manufacturing support for realizing small batch production of products.


Medical

Perhaps the most immediate and life-affirming industries currently benefiting from 3D printing are the medical industries. The most common application may be the use of a patient’s medical imaging data, such as a CT scan, to create a 3D-printed medical model.



Aerospace

The aerospace industry is one of the main markets for 3D Printing or Additive Manufacturing. This sector has a long history of early adopters, manufacturers find their needs being fulfilled. Environmental performance restrictions, competitive market conditions and high manufacturing cost are just some of the challenges that aerospace faces today.



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