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3D Printers with Open Platform Fast Cycle Sintering

XYZprinting offers its SLS printing machines with Open Platform Fast Cycle Sintering, including the MfgPro236 xS, which is suited for on-demand manufacturers, research institutions and third-party material suppliers. Due to its high printing speed of up to 22 mm per hour and shorter cooling and breakout times, the MfgPro236 xS can deliver high-quality parts fast, the company reported.

"XYZprinting SLS machines offer something others do not: the ability to use end-of-life powder from peer machines for high-quality parts," said a company spokesperson. "On top of the operational sustainability, the smaller build volume of the 236 allows for a 22-hour complete build cycle that only requires a two-hour cooling cycle with zero negative effect on part accuracy or surface quality."

"The adoption of the smaller platform for high daily throughput is a game changer. Our customers have options for an expedited two business day turn-around in their 3D printing service, and these machines allow them to print more of the expedited jobs with print quality as good as any printer in the market," said John Calhoun, XYZprinting Director for America's Industrial Printers.

"Despite the advantages SLS 3D printing provides over other manufacturing technologies, many of these machines can be wasteful," said the spokesperson. "Service bureaus with more than five large-format SLS or MJF machines face a storage dilemma for waste powder. XYZprinting has a different approach, leveraging high-performance smaller build volume SLS machines that print with high part quality while producing less waste. End-of-life or waste powder on a large-format SLS machine can be mixed with 20-30% fresh XYZprinting powder and get great results, all within an affordable open platform system. An open platform system allows users to decide which powder they want to utilize and purchase from any material supplier."

The da Vinci Pro EVO-evolutional desktop 3D printer supports over 10 materials, allowing usage of TPU, PC, nylon and carbon fiber.

The da Vinci Pro EVOs 3rd Generation filament feeding system enhances the reliability of multiple materials extruding with cooling airflow fan, providing stable and various materials support.

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