Sharebot metalONE

Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) metal 3D printer, an open system designed for research that lets you change spot size, laser speed and power and precisely control printing paths. Allowing you to freely perform multiple tests on various types of alloys.c

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Start a print job in less than 15 minutes

Produce your own alloys

An open system designed for research

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Machine Specs and Features:​

  • TECHNOLOGY:   LPBF Laser Powder Bed Fusion
  • DIMENSIONS: 1050 x 600 x 1500 mm
                                41.3 x 23.6 x 59.0 in
  • WEIGHT:  ca 315 kg (700 lb)
  • PRINTING VOLUME: 65 x 65 x 100 mm (maximum)
                                         2.56 x 2.56 x 3.93 in (maximum)
  • Z RESOLUTION: 30 microns (0.0012 in)
  • SPOT DIMENSION: 40 microns (0.0018 in)
  • LASER: Fiber (1064nm) – 300W
  • GAS CONSUMPTION: 2.5 l/min (84.5 fl/oz/min)
  • GAS: Nitrogen – Argon
  • MINIMUM POWDER LOAD: 800 g (1.76 lb)
Some characteristics may change for technical reasons


– Open parameters

– Remote control

– Define laser movements with Gcode

– Lan connectivity

– Build in camera

– Test mode for faster parameter search

– Log file


Warranty one year

Technical support included for one year

Extended warranties and remote support option available


We are open to discuss your needs and modify the machine

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Example LOG files generated by the printer

Example LOG files generated by the printer

Remote Control via Sharebox our web interface

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Monitor the processes

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Single layer view

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Manage GCODE files

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