The word is just out that 3D Systems‘ top reseller in the south, NovaCopy, will be adding the ProX 100, 200, and 300 3D metal printers to their inventory of 3D printing technology. The ProX 100, 200 and 300 DMP models manufacture fully functional metal parts in hours, with precision laser melting known to help increase productivity, repeatability and flexibility.
The ProX300 3D printer is the largest, offering a build volume of 9.8 x 9.8 x 11.8 inches, and featuring an automated material loading and recycling system. It offers a high-performance, high-quality alternative to traditional manufacturing processes with reduced waste, great speed, short set up times, dense parts, and the ability to produce very complex assemblies as a single part.
“3D printing in metal offers unrivaled design freedom with the ability to manufacture parts from a wide range of materials,” says Melissa Ragsdale, President of NovaCopy’s 3D Printing Solutions. “Aerospace parts, jigs and fixtures, custom tooling, and molds are just a few examples of this technology.”
All 3DS DMP printers create chemically pure, fully dense metal and ceramic parts. Materials include:
- Stainless steel
- Tool steel
- Super alloys
- Non-ferrous alloys
- Precious metals
The following industries are turning to these metal printers when they need quality parts, fast: engine/component manufacturing, medical technology, dental applications, conformal cooling in tooling inserts, aeorospace technology, patient-specific implants, jewelry and objects d’art.
“Not only does NovaCopy have the broadest range of 3D printers, solutions and pricing to equip any company with the technology of tomorrow, today,” said Ragsdale. “But, we offer educational programs that could lead someone to the next best innovation of our time. Bottom line–no matter what your application, if you can imagine it, you can print it. And, NovaCopy can help.”Powered by Aniwaa
The entire ProX line of printers manufacture fully functional metal parts in hours, providing:
• Precision laser melting
• Access to a wide range of metals and alloys
• Enhanced design and manufacturing freedom
• Efficient materials and energy management
The printers are also used in conformal tooling, tooling insert, and blow mold production.
To increase awareness of the state-of-the-art technology, NovaCopy will be offering free “3D Printing in Metal” seminars starting in September. From a basic direct 3D metal printing overview, to the benefits of printing with metals, to how “real world” companies use the technology, attendees will receive a wide range of information designed to educate and inform. For a list of the free seminars and to RSVP, contact NovaCopy3D.
NovaCopy is the top 3D printer and scanner reseller for 3D Systems, and they are also Konica Minolta’s largest copier dealer in the U.S.
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