Admaflex  130 – The Admaflex Technology is based on an indirect printing process, which means the shaping is done at the printer and the final material properties are obtained in the sintering furnace. To shape and to bond together the ceramic or metal powders, a high powder-filled mix is used, called slurry. The slurry based 3D printing technique allows to use very fine particles in a safe way. These fine powders are necessary to obtain full dense parts with excellent surface finish.

Ceramic Industrial 3D Printer

admaflex 130 3D Printer

Modular concept

The Admaflex 130 3D printer is designed with a modular concept, to accommodate all future developments. You can choose the resolution and building volume that meet your needs. The machine is already prepared for upgrade with Vision based In-Process Monitoring and future metal printing. Other options are a higher power lightsource and preparations for environmental control.

Benefits

  • Custom to your needs and budget
  • Access to future upgrades, including Metal printing and Vision based Monitoring 
  • Best value for money

Open platform

The Admaflex 130 is an open system that provides full control of the printing process, with ability to customize and optimize parameters before and during the printing process. Printjobs with settings can be prepared and stored on a centralized data server and sent to the printer. For traceability of the printing process, logfiles are stored automatically. The machine opens up the opportunity to use commercial available materials and the flexibility to develop own materials. A unique standard software feature is the “multi-part printing”, that enables you to control light exposure settings for each individual layer and for each individual part, speeding up your development.

Benefits

  • Unlimited research and development freedom, open to the use all materials
  • Easy preparation of print jobs
  • Full access to all advanced process parameters, adjustable during the print job
  • Increased efficiency with “multi-part printing” at no additional cost
admaflex 130 3D Printer
admaflex 130 3D Printer

Add on for metal printing

The Admaflex 130 3D printer can be upgraded with a patented feedstock system for printing metals and other heavy powders. The add on for metal printing overcomes the sedimentation problem of higher density materials. This puts the Admaflex 130 as the world’s first stereo lithography based 3D printer to print metals.

Benefits

  • Ceramic and metal printing on one single machine
  • Delivering metal products with full density and no residual stresses
  • Providing aesthetical and precious metal products with high resolution

Admaflex 130 – Ceramic Industrial 3D Printer

The Admaflex 130 is designed to effectively handle materials with high viscosity, normally associated with ceramic slurries, enabling high reliability and printing speeds. This innovative system also enables efficient feedstock management by reusing the excess material. A very small amount of slurry is sufficient to start printing, which makes the system ideal for research and 3D printing of precious materials.

Benefits

  • High throughput
  • A clean workplace and no material waste
  • Quick and easy material switch
  • Working with a broad viscosity range
admaflex 130 3D Printer

ADMAFLEX 130 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

TechnologyDigital Light Processing (DLP),
also known as Vat Photo Polymerization (VPP),
or stereo Lithography based Ceramic Manufacturing (LCM)
and stereo Lithography based Metal Manufacturing (LMM)
Printing build volume (X,Y,Z)
with full HD light engine
(1920 x 1080 pixels )
96 x 54 x 110 mm | 3.78 x 2.13 x 4.33 inch (50 μm)
76 x 43 x 110 mm | 2.99 x 1.69 x 4.33 inch (40 μm)
*Optional increase of Z stage, up to 400 mm | 15.7 inch
Printing build volume (X,Y,Z)
with WQXGA light engine
(2560 x 1600 pixels )
64 x 40 x 110 mm | 2.51 x 1.57 x 4.33 inch (25 μm)
90 x 56 x 110 mm | 3.54 x 2.20 x 4.33 inch (35 μm)
102 x 64 x 110 mm | 4.01 x 2.51 x 4.33 inch (40 μm)
128 x 80 x 110 mm | 5.03 x 3.14 x 4.33 inch (50 μm)
160 x 100 x 110 mm | 6.30 x 3.94 x 4.33 inch (62.5 μm)
*Customer-specific build volumes and resolutions possible
*Optional increase of Z stage, up to 400 mm | 15.7 inch
Layer thickness10 – 200 µm, depending on material type
Build speed (layers/h)Up to 300 layers per hour
Build speed (mm/h)Up to 60 mm/h, depending on material type
Wall thickness0.1 – 10 mm in alumina
Machine dimension (WxDxH)880 x 575 x 1760 mm | 34.65 x 22.64 x 69.29 inch
Weightca. 300 kg | 660 lbs
Required working temperature22 +/- 2°C
Required working humidity< 40%
ConnectivityEthernet, USB
Power requirements110 / 230 V
File compatibilitySLC, STL
Final product densityTechnical ceramics > 98.5% – 99.8%*
Metals > 96 – 99%*
*depending on sintering curve
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