Flexible additive manufacturing for professional use in a wide range of metals.
The Renishaw AM 400 is the latest development of the Renishaw AM250 platform. It features the most recent system updates including a larger SafeChange™ filter, improved optical control software, revised gas flow and window protection system and a new 400 W optical system which gives a reduced beam diameter of 70 µm. The system build volume is 250 mm × 250 mm × 300 mm.
Existing 200 Watt material files for the AM250 system are directly transferable to the AM 400.AM 400 is equipped with the features of the existing AM250, such as open materials parameters, small factory footprint, class leading inert atmosphere and low gas usage, with the added advantage of the PlusPac upgrade as standard.
Flexible material use and ease of changeover
The AM 400 features an external powder hopper with valve interlocks to allow additional material to be added whilst the process is running. It is possible to remove the hopper for cleaning or to exchange with a secondary hopper for materials change, using the universal silo lift. This means that multiple material types can be interchanged on the AM 400 platform with relative ease. The powder overflow containers are outside the chamber and have isolation valves so that unused materials can be sieved and reintroduced to the process via the hopper while the system is running.
Find out more
To find out more about the AM 400 system contact your local Renishaw office.
Offline file and data preparation, plus process tools for high level users.
Renishaw offers a wide range of high quality metal powders for our AM systems.
Brochure: AM 400 additive manufacturing system
Renishaw's AM 400 has a 400 W laser and a 70 micron focal spot size for an increased beam density at the powder bed.
Metal additive manufacturing - brochure
A brochure describing the Renishaw metal additive manufacturing offering. Includes systems, software, materials, Solutions Centres, etc.[5.6MB]
Brochure: Safety in additive manufacturing
A brochure explaining how the risks and potential hazards associated with additive manufacturing can be safely managed.[2.4MB]