PostProcess Technologies has announced the launch of its largest post-processing system to date to support the 3D printing of larger build sizes and volumes.
The DEMI 4000 harnesses PostProcess’ patented Submersed Vortex Cavitation (SVC) to enable hands-free resin removal of larger parts and larger volumes of parts, addressing what the company sees as a growing market demand.
PostProcess Technologies says the DEMI 4000 platform is a ‘production-ready and software-driven’ system which boasts the same fast cycle times, exceptional chemistry longevity and safety features prevalent across its post-processing product portfolio. With SVC technology, the DEMI 4000 uses advanced ultrasonics, a vortex pumping scheme, and heat and variable fluid flow in combination with proprietary additive formulated chemistry to enable resin removal. It offers a ‘comprehensive suite’ of chemistries, which have all been optimised for different types of resins, including the ceramic-filled and high temperature materials, and are said to yield ‘unparalleled […]
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