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X LINE 2000R
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DMLM metal machines from Concept Laser use lasers to melt layers of fine metal powder and create complex metal 3D geometries with incredible precision directly from a CAD file. Several different machine envelope sizes — including the largest powder-bed metal additive system in the world — are available to meet the needs of any industry. Innovative features, including the patented DMLM technology, set these machines apart.

M Line Factory

INDUSTRIAL SCALE LASER METAL 3D PRINTING

The M Line Factory offers a new type of modular machine architecture which offers an unprecedented level of automation and innovation, that allows economical series production on an industrial scale.

The basic idea is to physically decouple the machine units used for part production and for set-up and dismantling processes. These tasks can now be carried out in parallel and physically separated from one another thanks to the modular architecture.

As a result, current stoppage times for the machines, as a result of manual processes such as supplying or exhausting metal powder, are reduced to a minimum. This will deliver considerable time and cost savings.

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X Line 2000R

METAL 3D PRINTING ON XXL SCALE

With a build volume of 160 liters, the X Line 2000R is the world’s largest metal laser melting machine for the toolless manufacture of large functional parts and technical prototypes with repeatable material properties.

The X Line 2000R is used for producing large-scale components in the aerospace and automotive industries. The special thing about the machine is the separation of the process and handling station, which ensures both safe operations of the machine and easier handling.

In addition, the X Line 2000R also has a rotating mechanism which allows two build modules to be used reciprocally, thus guaranteeing constant production with minimal downtimes.

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X LINE 2000R Metal Laser Melting System

BUILD VOLUME: 800 x 400 x 500 mm3 (x,y,z)

Single or Dual 1kW Laser

The X LINE 2000R is the world’s largest metal melting machine (160 l build volume) for the toolless manufacture of large functional components and technical prototypes with series-identical (also reactive) material properties.

The highlights include automated powder transport, which can even be used during an ongoing build process. Consequently there is no need at all for an operator to handle the powder. In addition, the X LINE 2000R has a rotating mechanism so that two build modules can be used reciprocally, thus guaranteeing constant production without any downtimes. The centrepiece, the dual laser system, operates with two lasers that each output 1000 W.

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M Line Factory System

BUILD VOLUME: 500 x 500 x up to 400 mm3 (x,y,z)

1-4 lasers, with 400W to 1,000W power

The M LINE FACTORY offers a new type of modular machine architecture which offers an unprecedented level of automation and innovation, that allows economical series production on an industrial scale.

The basic idea is to physically decouple the machine units used for part production and for set-up and dismantling processes. These tasks can now be carried out in parallel and physically separately from one another thanks to the modular architecture. As a result, current stoppage times for the machines, as a result of manual processes such as supplying or exhausting metal powder, are reduced to a minimum. This will deliver considerable time and cost savings. The M LINE FACTORY PRD is the production unit, consisting of the dose, build and overflow modules, whereas the M LINE FACTORY PCG, the processing unit, is responsible for set-up and dismantling processes as well as powder management. In addition, any number of machines can be linked together, thus creating fully automated machine networks that “communicate” with one another.

The M LINE FACTORY forms the core element of our production concept of the “AM Factory of Tomorrow,” which also envisages linking up with traditional manufacturing methods, e.g. in the post-processing of the parts. The concept consistently implements the basic idea of “Industrie 4.0” with a focus on delivering a “smart factory.” Consistent automation, interlinking and digitization of all processes ultimately allows the economical series production of additively manufactured metal parts.