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The Flying Ray presents itself with a multi-axis system for lasers. It is highly innovative due to its vertically impinging laser beams. In the basic version, eight lasers are used simultaneously on eight swivel arms. The highlight: They work in parallel in overlapping work areas. The laser power is adaptive and ranges from 50 to 400 W. Axes and lasers are modularly expandable.
Metallic 3D printing is not a trivial matter. It requires knowledge of machine parameters, processes and materials. To connect software and hardware, you need a user interface that reliably handles communication. The uncomplicated integration of your 3D models is important to us. By means of the slicer specially developed by Kurtz Ersa, data preparation becomes child´s play. Likewise, we ensure easy operation through an intuitive human-machine interface.
We have developed our multi-head printer in modular design. This means that customization is possible according to your ideas and component requirements. The Flying Ray is perfectly adapted to your future production.
Among other things, metallic 3D printing of large components complements the classic casting process in that you can now print your components for sampling. Making a mold is no longer necessary, nor is casting. For prototyping, the Flying Ray is the ideal solution!
Kurtz Ersa has been a general contractor of turnkey projects for decades. We can boast over 50 successfully completed and globally placed turnkey solutions for Kurtz Automotive and Kurtz Protective Solutions. We also offer to create a complete factory concept for the field of Additive Manufacturing. If needed, different areas are planned to work with different materials.
Possible production flow: The components are printed, automatically removed and transported to neighboring halls for post-processing by an automated guided vehicle (AGV) - completely independently of the printing process. The AGV then places the components in the cooling area. The components are then transported to the actual post-processing cell.
Stations in the cell: de-powdering, stress relieving, mechanical post-processing, sawing - separation from the build platform and blasting of the component.
Next, onward transport by AGV to the next processing step, e.g. assembly or shipping. Please contact us. We would be happy to plan your production in metallic 3D printing with you!