EOS M 300-4
DMLS Quality With up to 10x More Productivity
Different degrees of automation for individual requirements
Consistent part quality over the entire build space
Up to four precision fiber lasers cover the entire 300 x 300 mm area
The EOS M 300-4 enables flexible adaptation to all individual requirements through various degrees of automation, helping to ensure an optimized workflow.
The exceptional laser and performance stability ensures consistent part quality over the entire build space, including full coverage of overlaps.
Up to four precision fiber lasers work over a 300 x 300 mm area, with each laser covering the entire space.
Technical Data EOS M 100
- Construction Volume
- 300 x 300 x 400mm (11.8 x 11.8 x 15.8 in)
- Laser Type
- Yb-fiber laser; 4 x 400 W
- Precision Optics
- 4 F-theta-lenses; 4 high-speed scanners
- Scan Speed
- up to 7.0 m/s (23 ft./sec)
- Focus Diameter
- approx. 100 µm (0.004 in)
- Power Supply
- 3 x 80 A
- Power Consumption
- max. 36 kW / typical 26 kW
- Compressed air supply
- 7,000 hPa; 15 m³/h (102 psi; 530 ft³/h)
- Machine Dimensions (W x D x H)
- 5,221 x 2,680 x 2,340 mm (205.6 x 105.5 x 92.1 in) (with EOS Transfer Station M)
- Recommended Installation Space
- min. 8,800 x 5,200 x 3,500 mm (346.5 x 204.7 x 137.8 in)
- approx. 5.500 kg
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