JUNE 15, 2017: Tytus3D, a startup in Silicon Valley, has developed its first metal 3D printer that can print with a minimum layer height 20 microns. “To prove the best machine operation experience, and to reduce the total cost of ownership, the Tytus3D attempts to design and materialize innovations including patents and patent-pending technologies,” says Tytus3D.
Tytus3D’s metal 3D printer is “easy to use for production,” and ready for “smart factory” use. And the 3D printer includes “innovative geometry sample production models with closed-loop-process monitoring” and “computer vision-based closed-loop monitoring systems.”
Also, Operation is kept simple with auto, semi-auto, and manual modes, with the intuitive GUI allowing 3D preview animations.
Tytus3D claims its metal 3D printer that is both affordable and accessible. The Tytus3D metal printer has a build volume of 250 x 250 x 350 mm, layer thicknesses of between 20 and 100 microns, a 500-watt laser, a 0.8bar ~ 1.1bar pressurized chamber, and a build base heater capable of temperatures up to 200°C.