BeAM, a company acquired by AddUp, is behind the Modulo line, which includes the Module 400 3D printer, an industrial machine based on concentrated energy deposition (CED) technology.

Features of the Modulo 400 3D printer

The Modulo 400 industrial 3D printer offers a construction volume of 650 x 400 x 400 mm and 5 simultaneous axes. It is a solution designed to produce complex parts, but also to repair already-existing components. It is equipped with two nozzles of different sizes and power. The 24Vx nozzle is ideal to produce the most massive parts, while the 10Vx nozzle is best used for more precision. The operator can change the nozzle during the production process, all in a matter of seconds.

The Modulo 400 is equipped with a chamber inerting device, which is used for working with reactive powders. It is compatible with titanium and aluminum. The built-in powder dispenser is a 2-bowl solution that can hold up to 1.5 liters of material. Several features can be added to the machine to increase its capacities.