the main features

of the 3D4BRASS Printer

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3D4BRASS is the first and only L-PBF 3D printer capable of processing brass

What is 'real 3D PBF printing'?

3D4BRASS is the world’s first specialised L-PBF 3D printing system for brass powders.

A laser beam melts selected regions of a powder bed, building the component layer by layer.

In the additive world, this is the most reliable and fastest process for obtaining strong (density >99%), accurate components with excellent mechanical properties.

pre-series and small batches in brass

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Processable materials

Through the New Powder Test programme, the 3D4BRASS team can undertake a customised feasibility study on specific copper-based alloys, and qualify the 3D printing process according to your needs.

The advantage you can obtain with 3D4BRASS

Produce functional and strong prototypes with a density > 99% through maximisation of process parameters, optical configuration and machine functionality. This level of density is not achieved by any other 3D printing technology on the market.

The specialisation of the system on copper-based alloys makes it possible to keep the production speed as high as possible, especially on powder distribution times per layer and laser path.

Unlike traditional methods, 3D4BRASS is able to easily and quickly process ecobrass, lead-free brass, which is increasingly in demand in the plumbing industry and in line with the latest directives on eco-sustainability.

3D4BRASS uses a nitrogen generator that extracts the gas from the surrounding air, providing you with free, high-quality nitrogen. In addition, thanks to ‘Open Powder’, you can choose to source additive powder from suppliers in complete autonomy.

Thanks to the machine’s patented automatic powder recovery system, 98% of the powder used after each print cycle can be automatically recycled without time-consuming and difficult manual operations.

Set-up and set-down operations always take place with the machine door closed through the use of specific gloves, and the characterisation and certification of the filter as ‘non-hazardous’ allows easy and safe handling of the waste produced.

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