Eplus3D and Paradigm 3D are collaborating in the field of metal 3D printing

Eplus3D announced the installation of its top-of-the-line 3D printer – MPBF EP-M300 at Paradigm 3D. Paradigm 3D, seeking state-of-the-art additive manufacturing capabilities from metal powders, has presented detailed requirements for a 3D printer. The EP-M300 from Eplus3D perfectly fit these needs, providing a significant construction volume of 300 × 300 × 450 mm, enabling the production of medium and large parts with a high degree of complexity. Additionally, advanced Metal Powder Bed Fusion (MPBF) technology and precise powder feeding guarantee high material utilization, effectively minimizing waste and reducing overall costs.

The EP-M300 3D printer is designed to meet the rigorous quality and reliability standards required for the production of aerospace components, making it an attractive solution for this sector. Moreover, the multi-laser feature of the EP-M300 allows for exceptional speed and efficiency, ensuring reliable and highly productive printing using a variety of metal powders, thereby reducing hours in the production process.

According to Paradigm 3D, the machine excels in two areas:

  • Research and development – thanks to the open materials platform, you can experiment with different materials and parameters, supporting advanced research and development initiatives.
  • Manufacturing Precision Parts – The EP-M300’s advanced laser technology ensures consistent accuracy and quality, making it ideal for manufacturing applications.

Paradigm 3D is the first digital manufacturing facility in the Middle East, capable of producing certified aerospace components. The company specializes in the development of two of the most critical sectors in the world: aviation and oil and gas.

Founded in China in 1993, Eplus3D has over 30 years of experience in 3D printing technology and is committed to the research and development of industrial additive manufacturing systems and application technologies with MPBF (Metal Powder Bed Fusion) and PPBF (Polymer Powder Bed Fusion). The company has four plants in Beijing, Hangzhou, Stuttgart and Houston, and annual research investments exceed 20% of revenues along with comprehensive invention patents, utility model patents, software copyrights and appearance patents.

Source: Eplus3D press materials

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