Industrial-grade laser SLS technology, with its high precision, support-free printing, and material diversity, has gained popularity among many users. It possesses unique advantages in the development of new products and small-batch production for enterprises. However, the high cost of equipment has deterred small and medium-sized enterprises from adopting SLS printing technology. As an experienced player in the field of SLS 3D printing, TPM3D has mature technology and abundant experience. After years of research, we have launched a mature, stable, efficient, and safe industrial SLS 3D printing equipment - the E360, priced at only 500,000 RMB!
1. Innovation Leads to Progress
As a well-known manufacturer of laser sintering additive manufacturing equipment in China, TPM3D has been focusing on SLS 3D printing technology for over twenty years, making us the industry leader in terms of technology. In addition to our solid technical foundation and mature equipment, we keep up with market trends and listen to the needs of our users. Recently, we have dedicated ourselves to the research and development of the E series, an economical version of laser sintering equipment, making it truly affordable for small and medium-sized enterprises to access industrial-grade SLS laser sintering systems.
2. Excellence in Core and Appearance
From the beginning of the development process, we positioned the E360 as a device with stability and printing quality comparable to our best-selling and highly regarded P360 model. We also aimed to provide users in fields such as prototyping and consumer electronics with industrial-grade laser sintering quality at a lower cost.
Key features of the equipment:
- More efficient CO2 laser: We use a self-developed high-efficiency CO2 laser, which offers high laser quality and longer lifespan. Nylon polymer powder materials have high absorption efficiency for CO2 lasers, while the absorption efficiency is very low for lasers emitted by fiber lasers (with a wavelength one-tenth of CO2 lasers). This means we can achieve higher quality parts with lower energy consumption (E360's average power consumption is only 2.5 kW), reducing printing costs and aligning with the low-carbon and eco-friendly production concept.
- Larger build volume: 360×360×600mm, meeting the diverse application needs of users, including small-batch production and design and development of medium to large-sized parts.
- Built-in nitrogen generator: No need for users to purchase additional nitrogen generators, reducing the cost and maintenance of supporting equipment and saving floor space.
- Faster cooling speed: The E360 comes with TPM3D's active cooling system, which takes only 3-5 hours to cool down after printing. After completion, the equipment automatically enters the cooling stage when no one is present, speeding up the cooling process, improving production efficiency, delaying powder material aging, and reducing users' printing costs. This technology has obtained a national patent and leads the industry.
TPM3D's active cooling technology effectively accelerates cooling speed.
- Low powder printing cost: We use the new black Nylon 12 material, Precimid1176Pro BLK, and black glass-reinforced Nylon 12 material, Precimid1176Pro GF30 BLK, which provide stable printing performance and low consumption of new powder. The printed powder has a uniform texture without hardening or clumping, resulting in less powder waste. Nearly 100% powder recycling can be achieved, further reducing printing costs.
- Smarter operation software and interface: The E360 adopts a brand-new control software and touchscreen system, offering a clean interface, clear and user-friendly function modules. The touchscreen design makes operation more convenient, providing users with a more technological and intelligent human-machine interaction experience.
- More flexible powder handling solutions: The E360 comes with an open unpacking platform and provides additional molding barrels for users to effectively filter and recycle powder materials. Users can also switch between different types of materials more flexibly, meeting the research and educational needs of material and process development.