Post Processing

AMT PostPro

AMT digital post-processing systems are a must-have for high-volume part production and vapor smoothing operations.
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Creating the best products requires the best solutions, training and support. With a little insight into your product development process, our team of pros can point you to any tools you need (and nothing you don’t).

But it doesn’t end there. We’ll stay with you every step of the way, helping solve complex design issues, 3D printing application questions and so much more. No matter where you’re at, both in your process and geographically, we’re here.

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Our team is committed to your success with your new AMT system. We’ll provide thorough operational training to ensure you’re fully equipped to make the most of its capabilities and seamlessly integrate it into your workflow.

Frequently Asked Questions

Does AMT equipment provide benchmark samples for vapor smoothing equipment?

Yes, reach out to the team at Hawk Ridge to receive an AMT PostPro benchmark sample.

How much time does AMT bead blasting equipment save when operating an HP Jet Fusion 3D printer?

In our experience, we see human labor time savings of 45min – 1hr for most jobs.

What additive technologies work well with AMT vapor smoothing equipment?

Parts from powder-based systems like HP Multi-Jet Fusion and parts from FDM systems tend to show the most improvement from the vapor smoothing process. HP parts even have a color improvement from gray to black after undergoing vapor smoothing.

What technologies work well for AMT bead blasting equipment?

HP Multi-Jet Fusion and SLS technologies lend themselves well to automated bead blasting equipment from AMT.

How do I know if a bead blasting solution is right for me?

It all depends on how many parts you are producing and what sizes and shapes of parts you consistently run. If you are planning on running high volumes of parts, then an AMT bead blasting machine is a no brainer because of how much time it saves and how consistent the final product is. Reach out to the Hawk Ridge team to run an analysis for your specific part geometries.

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