EOS P 770

EOS P 770

Up to 1 Meter in Length

Build rate of 5.6 l/h with a packing density of 5%

Largest build area available on the market

System equipped with 2 powerful lasers

Flexibility
With the currently available selection of 9 plastic materials and 9 material/layer thickness combinations, EOS is the leader in material diversity. Also, the EOS ParameterEditor can be used to define custom exposure parameters based on proven starting values.

Part Quality
The established EOSAME feature homogenizes the energy input, ensuring excellent part mechanics and dimensional accuracy throughout the entire build volume. There are no visible edges in the overlapping zone of the lasers.

Cost Reduction
The optimized temperature management, improved layering speed and powerful lasers significantly reduce the build time and hence the part costs.

Technické údaje EOS P 770

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