In additive manufacturing, parts coming off the printer require additional steps to be finished. They are typically encased in structural supports – supports that are required for the unique geometries 3D printing enables – or excess resin material. At PostProcess Technologies, our cutting-edge solutions automate resin removal using patent-pending software and exclusive chemistry technologies. Our proprietary process reliably removes resin materials from 3D printed parts while reducing cycle time and increasing productivity.
PostProcess ensures that resin on every part is consistently and completely removed. Reliability that each part will be identical - all the time, every time.
Whether production is in the tens, the hundreds or the thousands, throughput is crucial. PostProcess reduces the cycle time for removing excess resin and eliminates the manual post-printing ‘bottleneck’.
Our extensive engineering expertise allows us to deliver automated resin removal on numerous printed parts simultaneously. Our solutions enable technicians to focus on higher-value activities.
We first understand the 3D printing methodology, material, and geometry, and then apply our multiple technologies, including energy optimization, tightly controlled heat, constant flow and variable revolutions per minute, to precisely target and remove excess resin. Our software is the brains behind this unique system.
With traditional hardware, technicians with gloved hands use high-pressure hoses to spray off resins. Our patent-pending machines offer virtually hands-free operation and limited technician attendance. Developed for all 3D materials, our suite of products accommodates different part sizes and volumes.
Our proprietary detergents are the final component of our end-to-end solution. They work in conjunction with our software and hardware to complete automated and intelligent support removal. Our pre-mixed, aqueous-based detergents optimize and expedite the removal of resin while leaving the build material in perfect condition.
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