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PostProcess launches two new resin removal systems

The DEMI X 520 for resin and DEMI X 520 for dental resin both leverage the company's patent-pending Axial Flow Technology

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PostProcess Technologies, a pioneer in automated post-processing solutions for additive manufacturing, has launched two new solutions in their lineup of automated, intelligent post-processing solutions – DEMI X 520 for Resin Removal and DEMI X 520 for Dental Resin Removal. These offerings extend the PostProcess Submersed Vortex Cavitation portfolio by introducing the company’s new patent-pending Axial Flow Technology that delivers unparalleled efficiency, sustainability, and ease of use.

Combining intelligent software capabilities, robust hardware features, and specially formulated chemistry, these solutions achieve optimal IPA-free resin removal for 3D printed parts. These new features help to deliver a simple, personalized, and complete full-stack post-processing experience.

Key benefits of the solution include a software-driven workflow automation with intuitive user-guided experiences catered to each application to create a seamless, efficient, and error-free operation; an axial flow agitation system with the capability to adjust flow – optimizing performance while reducing the risk of part damage, and ensuring safe and optimal processes and part outcomes; an automatic lift system that fully automates process workflows, with both DEMI X 520 solutions featuring an automatic lift to streamline operations and control part exposure – minimizing the need for operator intervention; and an IPA-free workflow with patented chemistry – PLM-403-SUB provides a biocompatible, environmentally-friendly workflow and a safer alternative for cleaning and rinsing parts. When combined with a rinse in the company’s AUX-400-RINSE chemistry, it can eliminate the need for IPA in post-processing.

PostProcess launches two new resin removal systems - the DEMI X 520 for resin removal and DEMI X 520 for dental resin removal.

Both solutions in the DEMI X 520 series deliver enhanced safety and efficiency. Engineered for operator well-being, they feature a chemistry that produces low odors and offers high flashpoints compared to traditional solvents like IPA. PostProcess’s intelligent solutions ensure unparalleled consistency through validated workflows – enabling high-quality, repeatable cycles. This innovation translates into increased throughput and productivity which sets a new standard for precision and reliability in resin removal technology.

Long-standing industry expert Great Lakes Dental Technologies, located in Buffalo, New York, has experienced firsthand how the next generation of IPA-Free resin removal has improved their dental post-processing.

“For over 50 years, employee-owned Great Lakes Dental Technologies has dedicated itself to providing best-in-class appliances with unparalleled precision and quality through the adoption of cutting-edge technology,” said Sean McPhail, Team Lead from Great Lakes Dental Technologies, who has firsthand experience of how the IPA-free resin removal has improved their dental post-processing. “The integration of PostProcess’s advanced automated dental resin post-processing solution has allowed Great Lakes to improve process efficiencies, saving valuable time and resources. PostProcess’s innovative expertise has enabled Great Lakes to improve and consistently meet and exceed customers’ expectations for excellence.”

“With a deep commitment to cutting-edge innovation, we continue to redefine the landscape of additive manufacturing by providing advanced solutions that optimize workflows and deliver exceptional quality and sustainability for a range of industries,” said Jeff Mize, CEO of PostProcess. “Our DEMI X 520 Series represents our dedication to pushing the boundaries of what’s possible in the world of post-processing.”

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