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In addition to its long-standing successful model, the Mlab cusing R, Concept Laser has now unveiled its “big brother”, the Mlab cusing 200R. This makes it possible to manufacture even larger parts with much greater productivity, without the machine losing any of its familiar compactness.

Highlights of the new machine include:

  • Maximum productivity thanks to a doubling of the laser power to a level of 200 watts now
  • An expanded build area now covering 100 x 100 mm2(x,y), which represents an enlargement of 23%.
  • 54% more build volume overall thanks to a z-axis of an equally enlarged 100 mm makes it possible to manufacture even larger parts
  • Significantly longer machine running time thanks to a larger filter
  • A footprint-optimized design and more accurate part positioning thanks to clamping system

Nicknamed as the “big brother” to the Mlab cusing R, this version of the machine can manufacture larger parts and comes with greater productivity due to its laser power. The best part is that it still maintains its compact footprint which makes it desirable for any lab. Similar to the other machine solutions in Concept Laser’s portfolio, the Mlab cusing 200R has the safety features of water-passivated filters and a complete and closed, inert system for maximum user protection and part quality.

The intuitive design of the display enables the machine operator to quickly get to grips with things in maintaining an overview of the process. The provider paid particular attention to the sieving of the powder. For the Mlab cusing 200R, Concept Laser offers an inertized sieving station as a stand-alone unit (QM Powder S). QM Powder S enables independent and automated sieving alongside the production process. The user can apply a variable number of sieves (1 – 3 units). A three-dimensional sieving motion enables optimum utilization of the open sieve surface area. Safety was of course right at the top of the development list for the Mlab cusing 200R: The new model has water-floodable filter modules and involves physical separation of the process and handling chambers, which is typical for Concept Laser and ensures maximum safety and easy handling. The concept of the closed system was a must-have for the Mlab 200R: All process steps take place under inert gas, shielded from external influences. The whole process can therefore be called up reliably and with the maximum quality level.

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