Metal 3D Printer
StaffAdditive Manufacturing MarkForged metal 3D printer
Markforge's Metal X 3D printer features a large build volume (250mm x 220mm x 200mm) as well as in-process laser inspection.
Markforged introduces its Metal X ADAM 3D printer. The Atomic Diffusion Additive Manufacturing (ADAM) technique produces robust, accurate parts across a wide range of engineering metals. Parts are printed, layer-by-layer, using a metal powder contained in a plastic binder. After printing, plastic binders are removed and the part sintered into customary engineering metals. By sintering the entire part at once, ADAM technology allows metal crystals to grow through the bonded layers, effectively erasing the layer-to-layer strength reduction of many other 3D printing processes. The new Metal X features an industrial-grade print platform, enabling accurate creation of metal parts in an amazingly compact enclosure. The printer features a large build volume (250mm x 220mm x 200mm) as well as in-process laser inspection for dimensional accuracy. The Metal X offers an integrated metal-material handling system.