The DEMI 910 features the company’s patented submersed vortex cavitation (SVC) technology and is suitable for the Carbon L1 and M2 3D printers.
The DEMI 910 features the company’s patented submersed vortex cavitation (SVC) technology and is suitable for the Carbon L1 and M2 3D printers.

PostProcess Technologies, which specialises in post-3D printing, has launched a resin removal machine.

The DEMI 910 features the company’s patented submersed vortex cavitation (SVC) technology and is suitable for the Carbon L1 and M2 3D printers supplied by additive manufacturing (AM) company Carbon3D.

PostProcess has also developed a carbon-specific detergent compatible with a range of resins, including EPU 41, EPX 82, MPU 100, RPU 70, RPU 130, UMA 90, and LOCTITE 3D IND 405 clear.

According to the company, the DEMI 910 can carry out automated resin removal for an entire build platform from a large-format L1 printer or two build platforms from a high-resolution M2 printer. This fixture enables digital light synthesis (DLS) printed parts to be processed by the PostProcess solution without ever leaving the build platform.

This story uses material from PostProcess, with editorial changes made by Materials Today. The views expressed in this article do not necessarily represent those of Elsevier.