Thermwood , an Indiana-based machine manufacturer known in the AM world for its LSAM technology, is taking its large-scale additive manufacturing to the next level.
At the company’s recent 50th Anniversary Gala Open House, it unveiled a brand new LSAM model, the LSAM MT. Compared to the standard LSAM system—a deposition-based process for large-scale parts—the LSAM MT comes with a new configuration and a number of updated features for certain applications. Among the printer’s more notable features is a new Moving Table system (MT), which consists of a single fixed gantry that is mounted over a moving build table. (This is in contrast to the LSAM system which uses dual gantries moving over a fixed table).
Thermwood is releasing two versions of its LSAM MT: a 10 x 5 foot table or a 10 x 10 foot table. According to the company, the moving table approach reduces the cost […]
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