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EOS M 300-4 – Industrial 3D printer for serial production of metal parts

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The newest innovation in industrial #3Dprinting. At the heart of the #EOS M 300 series is the well proven DMLS technology – the benchmark in metal #additivemanufacturing – which ensures reliable and repeatable part quality. This 3D printing platform offers configurable and scalable equipment that can be fully integrated in manufacturing facilities. This means full flexibility as you can choose from many options such as number of lasers, laser power, degree of automation for job handling and many more. Learn more: https://www.eos.info/systems_solutions/eos-m-300-4

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