3D print postprocessing company and PLM Group partner DyeMansion has launched a new Powerfuse S model to smooth 3D printed polypropylene. The Powerfuse S PP is the first ever green vapor polishing solution for highly industrial manufacturing and surface improvements beyond aesthetics to smooth 3D printed PP. The first Powerfuse S model works with all
Flexible plastics such as Thermoplastic Polyurethane (TPU) and Polypropylene (PP) are gaining relevance and offer avariety of new applications. DyeMansion has therefore tuned their VaporFuse Surfacing postprocessing technology of the Powerfuse S, making it compatible with Lubrizol’s ESTANE TPU material. Beyond that, DyeMansion is announcing the forthcoming release of the new Powerfuse S PP. The
PLM Group is joining forces with Dutch AM automation specialist AM-Flow. The focus for the companies is to investigate the need for automated postprocessing among companies that are already using 3D printing as part of their manufacturing line.
The newly released DyeMansion DM60 Black Line is a special limited edition of their proven DM60 combined with a DM60 Reservoir. It is modified and purpose-built to focus on the black coloring of grey Powder Bed Fusion polyamide parts such as HP MJF.
Think fine dining and accoladed culinary competitions. Is additive manufacturing the first thing that comes to mind? Maybe not. But what if we told you that you could utilize software solutions and 3D printing technology to create out-of-this-world dishes?
DyeMansion is now launching the next generation of their Powershot C and S systems, designed to simplify ease of use and other optimizations…