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Polystruder launches upgraded GR PRO R3 plastic shredder

The company's ShredAI algorithm detects material properties in real-time, automatically adjusting motor speed and power for optimal shredding performance

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Polystruder, an innovator in plastic recycling technology, has launched the Polystruder GR PRO R3, the third iteration of its plastic shredder system. This product seamlessly integrates AI technology to redefine plastic shredding for industrial and personal 3D printing use.

Building upon the success of the Polystruder GR PRO, which introduced the market’s first AI-powered plastic shredder last year, the Polystruder GR PRO R3 incorporates the proprietary ShredAI algorithm. This in-house developed technology detects material properties in real-time, automatically adjusting motor speed and power for optimal shredding performance.

The Polystruder GR PRO R3 series boasts numerous improvements, including a refined blade profile, a lighter and stiffer structural frame, and an improved ShredAI algorithm to detect material hardness and properties. Moreover, additional protection features have been integrated to further elevate the product’s safety and performance standards.

Polystruder has also introduced expanded shipping options for the Polystruder GR PRO R3, including free shipping to the USA, and an extended 1-year warranty with expedited delivery options. The systems come with a new blade profile that increases the shredding performance and homogenized output dimensions while reducing the jams.

The company’s latest GR PRO R3 ‘Lab Edition’ features a durable stainless steel 316 frame, cutting blades with lightweight paintless aluminum panels, and photopolymer resin construction. Crafted to meet the exacting standards of critical research applications, the laboratory-grade model includes a physical emergency stop button for enhanced safety.

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