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Xact Metal launches the XM300G series of metal 3D printers

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Xact Metal, a company that aims to make 3D printing technology affordable and accessible, is set to launch the XM300G series of mid-size metal 3D printers at IMTS 2022 in Chicago, Illinois. The series aims to bring affordable metal 3D printing to small and medium enterprises and decentralize metal 3D printing.

“With pricing starting at a US$200,000 MSRP, the XM300G Series is ideal for printing large quantities or large parts where print speed is critical,” said Juan Mario Gomez, CEO of Xact Metal. “Based on the XM200G multi-laser printing platform, the introduction of the XM300G is another example of how Xact Metal continues to combine the demands of metal powder bed fusion and state-of-the-art technology. to establish a new price and performance level for additive manufacturing. ”

Xact Metal XM300G4 Printer

The XM300G family is a single, dual or quadruple independent laser system with 100% overlapping print areas that introduces industrial speed and performance at an affordable price – enabling small and medium businesses to benefit from laser powder metal. bed fusion technology. A build volume of 300 x 300 x 350mm (expandable to 300 x 300 x 450mm), a selection of 400W or 700W fiber lasers and an interchangeable build platform to reduce print cycle time make the XM300G well suited to support a wide variety of additives. manufacturing applications.

Xact Metal has already received orders for the XM300G and shipments are expected to begin in Q3 2023.

“Xact Metal aims to further expand the use of metal 3D printing across multiple industries, including aerospace, automotive, and general manufacturing,” said Juan Mario Gomez. “The XM300G and XM200G printers are designed for customers who are beginning their entry into metal 3D printing in a variety of applications, including product development, manufacturing, research, and education.

This launch follows the company’s recent expansion into Mexico, through a partnership with Tecnologías Computarizadas para Manufactura SA de CV, and into Columbia, through a partnership with USM Columbia.