3D sand mold printer: The First Sand Mold 3D Printer with Self-produced Print Head in China
|Job Box Volume||Max. size: 2000x1000x800 mm (1.6 CBM)|
|Build Speed||127 L per hour (0.3mm thickness)|
|Print Resolution||400 DPI|
|Motion Control Accuracy||±3um|
±0.03mm when less than 400mm
Less than ± 0.1% when over 400mm
|Max Consumption||28KW, three-phase power|
|Average Consumer||4 – 6.5 KW|
|Consumables||Sand, resin and curing agent|
|Dimension of All Units||12 x 7 x 6 m|
|Dimension of Printer||6 x 6.3 x 2.8 m|
High speed: 25s/layer
Low maintainance cost
Print resolution is up to 600dpi
TAILOR MADE FOR CUSTOMER
In responding to different printing needs, the quantity of print head, resolutions, and size of ink droplet are tailor made for customer.
A MAXIMUM OF 130L/H BUILD SPEED (0.3MM LAYER THICKNESS) SUPPORTED
Product accuracy being土0.3mm when printing≤400mm product at the speed of 95- 130L/h and土0.1% when printing > 400mm product, as well as the time for completing one job box being controlled within 12-14.5 hours, the performance achieves the top level of international sand mold 3D printer, and the sanding speed is higher than any product of the same model.
士3μm MOTION CONTROL PRECISION
With the combination of linear motor and raster ruler, the precision of raster ruler reaches up to 1μm, improving the operation reliability, speed and precision and reducing the volume of device.
With castiron frame adopted, the structural stability and reliability are improved to a new level, which reaches the general requirements of machine tool.
DOUBLE JOB BOXES WORKING 24H A DAY
With standard double job boxes equipped, achieve one job box is still clearing sand while another one has already been working, continuously working 24hours for you.
FULLY AUTOMATIC SAND PREPARATION
After manually loading the sand into sand tank for the first time, all of the remaining works, including sand mixing and feeding, etc. will be automatically finished without any human intervention. .
Why is 3D printing, who is using 3D printing and when is suitable for 3D printing?
Engineers and designers have been using 3D printers for more than 30 years, but only recently have these versatile machines made their way into the public eye.
Inventors and r&d in enterprises are also using 3D printers to transform their virtual ideas into solid objects. Printing a prototype is often more affordable than building one by hand, and certainly less costly than contracting a manufacturer to do it. Particularly with low quantities of production, inventors can rapidly design, print,and test a product. That cycle can be repeated several times less costly and more rapidly than a single item manufactured the traditional way.
3D printers can also print ready to deliver products. In a world filled with mass manufacturing, customized toys are an expensive rarity;
3D printers offer rapid turnaround times when it comes to taking a digital concept, and placing the physical results of that concept into a user's hand.
3D printing also offers typical consumers endless opportunity for product customization. They are capable of producing the type of customization that's unattainable through mass manufacturing.
Application and finish products