When you 3D print for production you inevitably face the challenge of manual work in postprocessing. Whether it's cleaning, surface finishing or coloring, these processes are time-consuming and make big dents in your profit margin. Our partner Dyemansion wants to change this. Offering highly automated postprocessing solutions for cleaning, surface treatment and coloring, Dyemansion is eliminating production bottlenecks.
Turn 3D printed raw parts
into high value products
Dyemansion is the global leader in additive manufacturing finishing systems that turn 3D printed raw parts into high-value products. From perfect fit eyewear to personalized car interiors, their technology makes 3D printed products become a part of our everyday life.
The company’s Print-to-Product workflow combines industry-leading hardware with the widest range of color options on the market. Systems are applicable for Industry 4.0 and can be integrated seamlessly into various production processes. Reduced cost per part, unmatched quality, and high sustainability are core values that drive each innovation of this fast-growing company.
Number of colors
for SLS or MJF
Cycle time for cleaning printed parts
Amount of roughness reduced with Vaporfuse
Number of customers around the globe
Dyemansion Powershot C
The industry standard for easy and efficient cleaning of 3D printed parts
Dyemansion Powershot S
Efficient surfacing technology for end-use parts
The leading coloring solution for industrial additive manufacturing
Dyemansion Powerfuse S
The green and industrial vapor polishing system for sealed surfaces
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