Additive Manufacturing Technologies (AMT) and blasting equipment manufacturer Leering Hengelo have announced the launch of two new de-powdering systems for 3D printed parts.
Available to order immediately, the PostProDP platform and larger PostProDP Pro machine have been tested by customers throughout Europe and the United States. The new systems are said to be automation-ready and have been designed in a bid to help users of powder bed fusion additive manufacturing systems save on costs and time when post-processing printed parts. AMT and Leering calculate that up to 60% of the manufacturing costs of 3D printed parts can be attributed to highly manual post-processing steps. Supplementing AMT’s offering of vapour smoothing platforms , the PostProDP series is material agnostic and works with all powder-based 3D printing systems, such as those provided by EOS, HP and 3D Systems. Both of the de-powdering machines have been CE and ATEX certified and use […]
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