PostProcess Technologies, a leading global provider of automated, intelligent, and connected 3D post-printing solutions, announced that Demi 910™ its Automated Resin Removal Solution is now compatible with Carbon DPR 10, a proven material used in dental and orthodontic model production and a range of other applications.
Introduced to the market earlier this year, the PostProcess® DEMI 910™ was developed specifically for use in the Carbon Ecosystem and with Carbon’s Digital Light Synthesis™ (DLS™) printing. With a specialized fixture design, the DEMI 910 is capable of automated resin removal for an entire build platform from a Carbon large-format L1 printer or two build platforms from a Carbon high-resolution M2 printer. This fixture enables Carbon Digital Light Synthesis™ (Carbon DLS™) printed parts to be processed by the PostProcess solution without ever leaving the build platform. This improves ergonomics, post-print cycle times, and productivity for technicians. The market demand for this solution has proven to be high, as several early access units have already been ordered by Carbon customers.
Resin Removal Solution for Carbon DPR 10
Leveraging proven technology and driven by AUTOMAT3D® software, the system is designed to significantly improve productivity for Carbon’s 3D printing workflows. Additionally, it was shown that this resin removal solution yields improvements in user experience, efficiency, and throughput when compared to cleaning with isopropyl alcohol.
The PLM-450-SUB detergent from PostProcess has proven to be chemically compatible with Carbon DPR 10 resin, and results in consistent resin-free parts. In addition to Carbon DPR 10, the DEMI 910 and PLM-450-SUB detergent are compatible with some of the most popular Carbon resins: EPU 41, EPX 82, MPU 100, RPU 70, RPU 130, UMA 90, and LOCTITE® 3D IND 405.
Speaking to this new advancement, PostProcess VP of Strategic Partnerships Dean VonBank, said, “Like all of our automated 3D post-printing solutions, the DEMI 910 resin removal solution was designed to deliver scalability and efficiency for additive manufacturing users. Expanding our Carbon partnership to include compatibility with DPR 10 means a streamlined and more sustainable process for Carbon customers in the Oral Health and other industries.”
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