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Professional metal 3D printer by DMG MORI

As a global full-liner with over 20 years of experience in the Additive Manufacturing of metallic components, DMG MORI has become renowned for innovative production technologies, worldwide service, and the highest level of occupational safety in metal 3D printing and sintering. 

For Additive Manufacturing, DMG MORI offers the LASERTEC DED series, a process with a powder nozzle, and the LASERTEC SLM series, a process with a powder bed. With the combination of metal 3D printing and high-precision machining centers, DMG MORI offers its customers a comprehensive understanding of the process — from drawings to finished parts.

Powder bed or powder nozzle: 3D printers process metal in a variety of ways

The term "Additive Manufacturing" is used to describe a wide range of industrial manufacturing technologies. DMG MORI's metal 3D printers use either powder nozzle or powder bed technology. DMG MORI's comprehensive processes and methods allow objects to be printed using metal 3D printing with complex properties, demanding geometries, and high strength, which are on par with conventional manufacturing in terms of mechanical properties. Additive Manufacturing creates genuine added value for customers, especially through functional integration and lightweight structures.

A clever combination: Additive manufacturing and CNC machining

DMG MORI has been a successful player on the market since 2013 with its combination of laser deposition welding and machining on the LASERTEC DED hybrid series machines. While the LASERTEC 65 DED for pure laser deposition welding acts as a supplement to the already large range of machining centers, the LASERTEC SLM series expands the portfolio to include the powder bedding process using Selective Laser Melting for an even wider range of applications.

The combination of Additive Manufacturing technologies with conventional CNC machines enables DMG MORI to achieve four custom and demand-oriented process chains. CELOS completes the range of processes offered by the LASERTEC series as an integrated software solution for CAM programming and machine control. Facilitating the design and development of digital prototypes, this desktop software lowers costs and planning times. One special feature of the LASERTEC DED hybrid series is that the component does not leave the machine when switching between CNC machines and laser deposition welding.

Laser deposition welding: additive repair

DED (Directed Energy Deposition) type LASERTEC machines use a powder nozzle for laser deposition welding. As opposed to filament-based processes, components are built up layer by layer, which can even be done using different materials. From prototypes to small series and including repairs or coatings, the LASERTEC 65 DED is the technical tool of choice whenever 3D metal parts have to be produced using additive processes at a high level of performance. 

Popular across industries: Machines for selective laser melting 

Selective Laser melting is an additive process where metal powder at a high temperature is welded onto a surface layer by layer using one or more lasers and a binder. LASERTEC SLM machines offer impressive accuracy and the highest level of work safety.

The LASERTEC series from DMG MORI includes the LASERTEC 30 SLM 3rd Gen. and the LASERTEC 12 SLM, two systems of different sizes that are used in a wide range of industries, such as automotive, aerospace, and medical technology. 


Metal 3D printer: Wide range of materials and integrated reprocessing

DMG MORI offers an extensive powder portfolio to its customers in the field of Additive Manufacturing. Customized options include tool steel, aluminum, stainless steel, and cobalt chrome, as well as Inconel and titanium. All materials are validated on a LASERTEC SLM machine, meet strict quality standards, and arrive "ready to use" at our customers. The closed material circuit and the integrated filter station enable automatic reprocessing and a consistently high quality of powder.