Farsoon launches its new FS273M metal 3D printer – technical specifications and prices



Powder bed fusion 3D printer maker Farsoon has announced the launch of its new FS273M metal 3D printing system.

Designed to succeed the previously released FS271M, the FS273M is available in a single and dual laser configuration and sports a build volume measuring 275 x 275 x 355mm. According to the company, the 3D printer is designed to combine productivity and profitability, giving manufacturers in industries such as tooling and automotive a powerful production tool compatible with a wide range of powdered metal materials.

“Farsoon’s latest FS273M is the next generation of our FS271M mid-size metal system, which first hit the market in 2015,” said Don Xu, director of Farsoon Global Business Group. “We have spent the past 6 years optimizing productivity and machine performance through continued collaboration with our industrial partners. We continue to push for the true industrialization of metal additive manufacturing by reducing customer operating costs, especially for tight-margin industries like molds and tooling.

The FS273M 3D printer. Image via Farsoon.

Metal and polymer 3D printing with Farsoon

Based in China and founded in 2009, Farsoon is one of the biggest names in the powder bed fusion space. The company has made a name for itself with an extensive portfolio of polymeric and metallic 3D printers, and continues to expand its global customer base.

In 2017, Farsoon established Farsoon Technologies-Americas in Austin, Texas, and launched its first set of systems under the name Continuous Additive Manufacturing Solution (CAMS). This included the company’s largest polymer system to date, the HT1001P with a build volume of 225 liters. A year later, in 2018, the company expanded to Europe with the establishment of Farsoon Europe GmbH in Stuttgart, Germany.

The company’s line of metal 3D printers also includes the FS721M, FS421M, FS301M and FS121M.

The FS273M 3D printer

The new FS273M comes with several new feature upgrades designed to streamline the metal 3D printing process. An all-new coater design combined with a redesigned communication signal control system enables stable and reliable powder delivery throughout the manufacturing process. As far as optics are concerned, there is now a high precision digital galvo system and “truly open” settings, giving users full control over the workflow.

The dual laser configuration of the FS273M offers up to twice the manufacturing speed of the single laser, although both are compatible with the full line of industrial metal powders. This includes 316L stainless steel, titanium-64, Inconel 718, pure copper, tungsten, etc.

In addition, the machine has a built-in filtration system designed to extend the uptime of longer constructions and reduce the frequency of filter changes, thereby saving costs for the user. According to Farsoon, the FS273M also offers a preheatable baseplate, removable overflow containers and a large powder feed chamber.

Compliant cooling mold 3D printed on the FS273M.  Photo via Farsoon.
Compliant cooling mold 3D printed on the FS273M. Photo via Farsoon.

Technical specifications and prices

Below are the technical specifications of the FS273M 3D printer. Readers interested in purchasing the machine can visit the Farsoon store page for a quote.

Build the volume of the cylinder 275x275x355mm
Dimensions 2315x1425x2100mm
Weight 2200kg
Layer thickness 0.02 – 0.1 mm
Scanning speed Up to 10 m / s
Laser type Single or double fiber (500W)
To scan High precision digital galvo system

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The image shown shows the FS273M 3D printer. Image via Farsoon.


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