X LINE 2000R® - Large sizes, even in metal

Today, Additive Manufacturing and Rapid Metal Prototyping are at your disposal for large products as well. A Concept Laser X line 2000R, the largest 3D printing system in the world for metals, has been added to our machine inventory: even fewer limits to what you can accomplish using the innovations provided by additive design.

From today, the project you had in mind can finally be realized

The build chambers have always been one of the limitations for those moving towards the 3D printing of metals for industrial purposes. The benefits that could be achieved by making the shapes lighter and optimizing the geometries were lost because it was not possible to sinter metals in large volume monolithic pieces. .

The new X line 2000R is the solution.

  • Build chamber 800x400x500mm
  • Dual laser 1000W
  • High productivity

Now you can make structural and final pieces with mechanical finishing by taking advantage of the benefits offered by additive technology design.

The favourite sector for this machinery is the aeronautical industry. Specialized companies use identical systems for manufacturing TURBINES or FORKS for HELICOPTERS. .
Hence, when purchasing the machine, we have developed the use of AlSi7Mg0.6 (A357): an aluminium that is more SPECIFIC and CERTIFIED for the aeronautical industry and which brings us one step closer to an AS/EN 9100 CERTIFICATION for the aerospace industry.

X LINE 2000R®. LARGE SIZES, EVEN IN METAL

Reduced time to market and environmentally friendly

The X line 2000R® means reduced production times, for equivalent volumes, compared to smaller machines.
Reduced production times and a larger build chamber means a much faster rapid metal prototyping for components for testing purposes. Being able to use this system means having a significant competitive advantage over competitors.

Another enhancement of the X 2000R® line is its ability to produce models that are environmentally friendly.

Recently, we were commissioned to produce a series of grippers to be installed in a robotic welding line. The lower weight obtained using additive manufacturing led to a reduction in the power required to move them, there was a consequent reduction in energy consumption and therefore a reduced environmental impact.