Nikon Releases its Latest Metal Additive Manufacturing System, the Lasermeister LM300A and the 3D Scanner Lasermeister SB100

April 9, 2024, Nikon Corporation (Nikon) is pleased to announce the release of its next-generation metal additive manufacturing system, the Lasermeister LM300A, which uses Directed Energy Deposition (DED) technology, as well as the complementary 3D scanner, Lasermeister SB100. These industry-leading products represent the latest strategic additions to the Nikon Advanced Manufacturing solutions portfolio.

Lasermeister SB100 and Lasermeister LM300A

The Lasermeister 100A metal additive manufacturing system series was launched targeting mainly research purposes. Now, Nikon is introducing this latest solution specially developed for industrial applications. Building upon the proven high-precision processing capabilities of the previous systems, the LM300A supports an expanded build area and is also equipped with the newly developed 3D scanner, the SB100. This advanced 3D scanner supports factory automation by enabling users to scan each workpiece with the click of a button and then automatically generates the tool path data for the 3D printing process to begin. The successful pairing of the LM300A and SB100 deliver tremendous value to the industry, particularly for applications such as repairing turbine blades and molds.

Source: Nikon

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