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Farsoon Technologies, a Chinese manufacturer of SLM and SLS 3D printers, has introduced its Flight Technology, an additive manufacturing process for enhancing the productivity of plastic laser sintering.
This technology, also known as Fiber Light Technology, leverages powerful fiber lasers instead of standard CO₂ lasers built into laser sintering systems. Fiber lasers are said to provide increased laser longevity and energy absorption which expands the range of processable materials for Farsoon’s systems.
Manufacturing - World - Pace - Dr - Xu
“The additive manufacturing world is evolving at an amazing pace,” stated Dr. Xu Xiaoshu, Founder and Chairman of Farsoon Technologies.
“In order to meet the demands of existing and new customers who are looking to adopt this technology for manufacturing we need to match their requirements for productivity.”
FLIGHT - TECHNOLOGY - WE - HAVE - GREATLY
“WITH FLIGHT TECHNOLOGY WE HAVE GREATLY ENHANCED THE CAPABILITIES OF HIGH-SPEED LASER SINTERING TO MEET THE NEEDS OF HIGH-VOLUME PRODUCTION.”
A 3D printed part made using Flight Technology. Photo via Farsoon Technologies.
Farsoon - Years - Experience - Manufacturing - Company
Farsoon has over 25 years of experience in additive manufacturing. Recently, the company announced a partnership with international aerospace company Airbus to develop polymer additive manufacturing materials for civil aviation. In a recent interview with Chenlu Fang, Global Marketing Manager at Farsoon, 3D Printing Industry also learned of the secret behind the company’s new additive manufacturing method for pure copper.
Its machine portfolio consists of several machines for both polymer and metal processing. Each system is open platform, giving users access to advanced parameters and third party material usage.
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