July 28, 2020
The printer's 14W Co2 laser has a spot diameter of 0.2mm, and the printer is compatible with a variety of polymer powders, as well as specially loaded powders with glass, carbon, aluminum and other additives.
According to the company, the printer can be set up in just ten minutes. Users can print with one click with as little as 300g of material, and all unused powder can be recycled. The printer can also integrate with an external inert gas distribution module.
The SnowWhite 2 has a print volume of 100 x 100 x 100mm and a scan speed of 3500mm/s.
According to the company:
“SnowWhite was created to bring the advantages of sintering to small and medium-sized companies and laboratories, all in an economic, simple and effective way without sacrificing the professional quality of the result. The user can really “print in one click” because, once the profile of the material has been defined, the printing process is completely autonomous, requires no external intervention and the results are perfectly repeatable.”
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.
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