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Metal Additive Manufacturing

AIM3D ExAm 255

Manufacturer : Aim3D
Sectors : Aerospace, Automotive, Education, Industry, Medical, Railway

The ExAM 255 3D printers uses the composite extrusion manufacturing method (CEM). The 3D Printer is based on the injection molding process and work with the same affordable and easily available pellets used for injection molding. The user has the freedom of additive manufacturing combined with the performances of injection molding.

Reference : AIM3exam255
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A multi-material 3D printer with a large building size

The ExAM 255 has a building volume of 255 x 255 x 255 mm3 and allows the production of metal parts and many other types of materials such as ceramics, fiberglass or carbon fiber reinforced polymers.

Wide range of consumables

The machine is compatible with a large number of pellets available on the market and used for example in injection molding.

The ExAM 255 printer uses two printheads to easily manage possible material changes.

User-friendly software

In addition, the machine is equipped with specific data preparation software. The user is free to use the pellet of his choice.

  • Dimension: 1150 x 850 x 1900 mm
  • Weight: 400 kg
  • Temperature of the machine environment: 5 – 40 ° C
  • Power supply: 230V, 2.4kW
  • Extrusion volume: 255X 255 X 255 mm3
  • Thickness of the layers:> 25 μm
  • Temperature d’extrudeur: Maximum 400 ° C
  • Extruder: compatible with FFF nozzles available on the market
  • Diameter of extruders: 0.4 mm / 0.6 mm / 0.8 mm according to your choice
  • Printing speed: Up to 250 mm / s
  • Print Bed temperature: Maximum 120 ° C
  • Atmosphere of production: Air



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AIM3D GmbH is a spin-off company from the University of Rostock with the aim to drastically reduce the cost of the additive manufacturing of metal, ceramic and plastic parts. During their work, the founders of AIM3D GmbH often dealt with many different types of additive manufacturing processes for plastics, but…

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