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Russian Scientists Introduced Industrial 3D-Printer Worth 30 Million Rubles
August 11, 2016 17:14

According to scientists, more than 75 per cent of details of the additive device are made in Russia.

Russian scientists have engineered a domestic 3D-printer, which makes it possible to print a wide range of products - from jewelery to heavy-duty industrial details of titan. This was reported by the director of the Regional Engineering Center of the Ural Federal University (URFA) Alexey Fefelov.

"At the Innoprom we have presented a domestic industrial 3D-printer, which works with metal powders of copper, aluminum, iron, and titan. An estimated cost of the additive machine is 30 million rubles. It is twice cheaper than import analogs", - Mr. Fefelov informed.

According to developers, melting speed on this 3D-printer is up to 2 m per second. "It is the speed of a laser beam. We have managed to achieve such a high rate. The maximum melting temperature is more than 3 thousand centigrade", - the head of development of the Regional Engineering Center Pyotr Moskvin specified.

According to the scientists, more than 75% of details of the additive device are made in Russia. "Only optics and pneumatics are imported. As for our unique lasers they are from Fryazino (in the Moscow Region). The printer's "brain" - the software was developed in the Ural Federal University, Russia. We intend to attain 90 percent of domestic details in a year", - Mr. Moskvin pointed out.

Presently scientists are develop a line of 14 domestic additive devices. "Provided there is financing, then we will be able to launch serial production of 3D printers in the summer of 2017", - Mr. Fefelov added.

Innoprom is one of the largest industrial exhibitions in Russia. Annually held in Yekaterinburg since 2010, it is dedicated to high-technology developments and projects of the Russian and foreign companies in various areas: industry, construction, medicine, ecology, communications, education, and transport.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: 3D Printers Innoprom Ural Federal University   

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