The LASERTEC 65 3D industrial machine was developed by the manufacturer DMG Mori. It is based on directed energy deposition (DED) technology and offers a generous printing volume (500 x 500 x 350 mm). It is a hybrid machine, also integrating a 5-axis milling machine, in addition to its 2,500 W fiber-guided diode laser.
Features of the LASERTEC 65 3D
The LASERTEC 65 3D is a 3D printer designed for the repair of all kinds of metal objects and the creation of prototypes and final parts. The laser melts the metal powder, which is directly welded to form the desired part – or to repair it if necessary. By combining subtractive manufacturing and 3D printing, users can increase their productivity and be more agile. The DMG Mori LASERTEC 65 3D has a very large working volume and can produce parts with dimensions of up to 500 mm x 500 mm x 350 mm and a maximum weight of 600 kg. In fact, the 3D printer weighs 11,300 kg. The minimum thickness of the machine is 0.3 mm. The LASERTEC 65 3D is equipped with CELOS, a user interface with access to all production-related information