AM service provider amace solutions, part of the Ace Micromatic Group (AMG), the largest machine tool conglomerate in India, has launched its own metal PBF 3D printer, the ALM 400.
The new ALM 400 3D printer features a large build volume of 410mm x 410mm x 450mm, for large-sized or high-volume printing of industrial components and parts, giving operators the ability to print with variable layer thicknesses. It is accelerated by dual 1000W lasers with a full scan field, functioning independently of each other.
The machine was built for high productivity and a wide range of materials. Smart and intuitive controls provide smart notifications about the performance status, with a predictive interface to help users gauge potential failures and take necessary actions. The machine is also internet-ready, meaning it can be controlled from any remote location.
Amace, a major metal AM service provider in India, leveraging mainly metal powder bed fusion technology, has always expressed its firm belief in the potential of AM and its vision to promote this technology and to make it more accessible since it was formed in the year 2018. amace comes with a pedigree of over 4 decades in machine building and is now well poised to be one of the first indigenous manufacturers of metal-based additive manufacturing machines in the Indian market.