Metal 3D Printing: SHINING 3D to Present EP-M250 Pro at Formnext

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Formnext 2019—held in Frankfurt, Germany—does not actually begin until November 19; however, there is already a torrent of news flowing in about the many innovations to be shown off through the 22nd. SHINING 3D will be there in full force, presenting the new EP-M250 Pro 3D printer.

As the latest in the SHINING 3D line of additive manufacturing solutions, the EP-M250 Pro 3D is a metal 3D printer, operating with dual lasers. Employing advanced metal powder bed fusion (MPBF) technology, the EP-M250 Pro is efficient at converting 3D files with complex geometries into 3D printed metal parts capable of high performance. In their recent press release regarding Formnext, the SHINING 3D team explains that this new 3D printer is meant for small-batch production of medium-sized parts.

With an impressive build volume of 262x262x350mm and precise control via the dual lasers, the EP-M250 Pro is designed for greater affordability in production due to high material consumption rates, and real-time monitoring of the 3D printing process. The SHINING 3D team also designed this new 3D printer with an optimized filter and unique gas flow management system.

“The SHINING 3D industrial line of 3D scanners and printers continues to grow to meet customer demands. As the industry continues to grow and adapt additive manufacturing solutions to various applications it is important that companies remain flexible in such a dynamic and ever-expanding field,” states SHINING 3D in their recent press release. “SHINING 3D looks to continue making professional 3D solutions accessible for all levels of customers. The EP-M250 Pro is the latest product in this endeavor.

“SHINING 3D prides itself on creating accessible 3D solutions for all and the industrial line of products are no exception.”

Visit the SHINING 3D booth (Hall 11.0, C49) at Formnext to catch the EP-M250 Pro 3D printer in action, as well as checking out 3D printed samples. The SHINING 3D team will also be exhibiting their premier metrology 3D scanners, their reverse engineering and design bundle, digital dental solutions, and even 3D digitizing solutions for footwear—including a 3D scanner for feet.

“Formnext is shaping up to be quite the event and SHINING 3D is excited to be a part of it.”

Founded in 2004, SHINING 3D is headquartered in Hangzhou, China. As pioneers in the research and development of 3D printing, they offer solutions for application such as:

  • Industrial manufacturing
  • Healthcare and life sciences
  • Product customization
  • Education

Currently, SHINING 3D works with customers in over 70 countries in:

  • Asia Pacific
  • Europe
  • North America
  • South America
  • Africa
  • Middle East

SHINING 3D continues to be a dynamic force within the 3D printing realm, from their continued international expansion to presenting new software options, scanners, and hardware.

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[Source / Images: SHINING 3D]

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