The DMP300 is an industrial scale printer than can currently print 17-4 stainless steel parts as large as 250x250x330 mm, with resolutions in the sub 100 micron scale.  Development is ongoing to use the system as a platform for future OSU research. Contact Atami staff if you'd like to print object using this technology.  Changes to materials other than 17-4 require purchase of powder and funding of engineering support to change materials and setup slicing and printing parameters.

Applications

  • Direct metal printing
  • 3D printing of metal objects
  • Standard material is 17-4 stainless steel

Specifications and Features

  • 250 x 250 x 330 mm build bed
  • Typical accuracy is +/- 50 um, and repeatability of 20 um on small parts
  • Feature sizes down to sub 100micron range
  • Highly dense non-porous parts
  • Loadlock for introduction of build plates and powder
  • Large, inerted build chamber with protected glove access
  • A range of stainless steel powders can be used

 

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