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3D Metal Printing At Unmatched Precision

PX100, previously offered as the DMP Pro system, is a powerful new industrial metal 3D printer that delivers speed, precision, and adaptability, making metal additive manufacturing the productive choice for more and more applications. The PX100 is a game changer in binder jetting technology, enabling series production of everything from industrial components to medical and consumer goods.

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high strength printer

New Markets, New Products

PX100's Metal Binder Jetting technology empowers manufacturers to become industry leaders by unlocking previously un-makeable parts.

range of materials

Control Your Supply Chain

Eliminate 3rd party supplier risks and costs by insourcing critical production runs. Trade dependence for control.

easy to use

Low-Waste Direct Manufacturing

Build large quantities of discrete or customized parts with no complex tools and minimal material waste.

Technical Specifications

  • Printing System
    Page-wide print system with 70,400 ink nozzles
  • Machine Footprint
    2700 x 1000 x1700 mm (L x W x H)
  • Build Volume
    250 × 217 × 70 mm or
    250 × 217 × 186 mm (L x W x H)
  • Material Deposition
    Recoating with powder applicator
  • Weight
    2000 kg
  • Typical Productivity
    500 – 1,000 cm3 /h
  • Accuracy
    Static accuracy better than 1µm
  • Power Consumption
    3.5 kW (average)
  • Material Recirculation
    Yes, with no degradation

PX100 has been built to deliver an optimal combination of speed and precision. At its heart is a printhead incorporating an extraordinary 70,400 print nozzles that eject 2 pL droplets at 15.5 kHz. With the level of detail that the PX100 delivers, you can create metal objects with complex geometrical structures, intricate internal detailing, and integrated that are impractical – or even impossible – to produce with traditional methods. It is a technological advance industrial metal 3D printer that ensures high-quality, high-volume production in countless applications.

Metal binder jetting (MBJ) is the most versatile and economical method for 3D printing. Working from a CAD file, the PX100 uses metal powder to build batches of objects in the print box. The objects are built up with layers of powder and liquid binding agents. The excess metal powder is then removed, leaving behind the set of objects on the bed. The last step is sintering, which densifies the printed components into solid, ready-to-use pieces of metal.

  • Ti6Al4V
  • 316L Stainless Steel
  • 17-4PH Stainless Steel
  • D2 Tool Steel
  • H13 Tool Steel
  • 4140 Steel
  • Alloy 625
  • Alloy 718
  • Alloy 247
  • Copper

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Our team of Application Engineers and industry experts at Chemtron are here to help. We can answer any questions you have, ranging from details about Markforged material properties to building an additive transformation roadmap for your business.

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203A Henderson Road,
#02-03 Henderson Industrial Park,
Singapore, 159546

Phone: +65-62737252

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