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PostProcess Support Removal solutions bring consistency and reliability to your 3D printed parts by automating your additive manufacturing support removal workflow.

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MF0029-29-2-2-1
 

Bring Consistency, Reliability, and Speed to Your Support Removal Process

PostProcess offers support removal systems that are geared toward multiple additive technologies including FDM, SLA, PolyJet, CLIP, DLP and more. Controlled by their proprietary AUTOMAT3D software, you can optimize the equipment for your specific part needs using multiple recipes, agitation profiles, temperatures, and cycle times.

Both Submersed Vortex Cavitation (SVC) and Volumetric Velocity Dispersion (VDD) systems are available from PostProcess technologies. The main difference being that SVC is a submersive process while VDD is a spray process. While these machines can process multiple additive technologies, SVC is more suited for PolyJet and Resin based technologies and VDD is more suited for FDM technologies.

DEMI 200
DEMI 800
BASE
DECI
Support Removal Technology

Submersed Vortex Cavitation (SVC)

Submersed Vortex Cavitation (SVC)

Volumetric Velocity Dispersion (VDD)

Volumetric Velocity Dispersion (VDD)

Chamber Size

18” L x 10” W x 6” H (46 cm x 25 cm x 15 cm)

18” L x 18” W x 18” H (46 cm x 46 cm x 46 cm)

40” L x 27.5” W x 26” H (102 cm x 70 cm x 66 cm)

19” L x 27.5” W x 26” H (48 cm x 70 cm x 66 cm)

Machine Footprint

23.5” L x 18” W x 15.5” H (46 cm x 25 cm x 15 cm)

34.75” L x 43.5” W x 59.75” H (88 cm x 110 cm x 152 cm)

68.7” L x 40.7” W x 93.2” H (174 cm x 103 cm x 238 cm)

44.7” L x 40.4” W x 93.8” H (114 cm x 103 cm x 238 cm)

Consumables

Polyjet Materials: PLM-101-SUB; SLA, DLP, and CLIP Materials: PLM-403-SUB; FDM Materials: PLM-201-SUB

Polyjet Materials: PLM-101-SUB; SLA, DLP, and CLIP Materials: PLM-403-SUB; FDM Materials: PLM-201-SUB

Polyjet Materials: PLM-101-SPRAY; FDM Materials: PLM-201-SPRAY; Anti Foaming Agent: AUX-001-DEFOAM (optional)

Polyjet Materials: PLM-101-SPRAY; FDM Materials: PLM-201-SPRAY; Anti Foaming Agent: AUX-001-DEFOAM (optional)

Weight

35 lbs. empty; 75 lbs. full

700 lbs. empty; 1000 lbs. full

1500 lbs. empty; 2000 lbs. full

1200 lbs. empty; 1370 lbs. full

Power Requirements

120 1-Phase 8.5A

120 1-Phase 20A

208V 3-Phase 50A  

208V 3-Phase 35A

Software

AUTOMAT3D

AUTOMAT3D

AUTOMAT3D

AUTOMAT3D

HOW CAN HAWK RIDGE SYSTEMS HELP?

The Hawk Ridge Systems additive manufacturing team is dedicated to your success. We supply you with everything you need to get your new AMT system up and running – and keep it running. We offer everything from pre-installation planning to post-sales support.

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SERVICES

MORE THAN JUST A PROVIDER

The Hawk Ridge team is here to help you succeed. From implementation to mentoring and consulting, we offer a full range of professional services to dig in and help solve your biggest design challenges.

TRAINING

IMPROVE PERFORMANCE THROUGH TAILORED LEARNING

We offer training pathways for every schedule and learning style including online, in-person, and on-demand content. Whether you learn best in a classroom or would rather sit on your couch with a coffee in hand, there's a training method for you.

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SUPPORT

TOP-RANKED SUPPORT, COMMITTED TO YOUR SUCCESS

We have the sharpest, friendliest support team in the industry, hands down. Whether you need help troubleshooting a small design issue or want to dig into a complex challenge or best practices with an expert, we are here for you – and we love a good challenge.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What types of 3D printed parts can PostProcess systems remove support from?  
PostProcess machines can accomplish support removal for many common 3D printing methods including MJF, SLS, FDM, SLA, CLIP, PolyJet, and more. 
Which machines are more suited for FDM parts?
Any machine that uses Volumetric Velocity Dispersion (VDD) is going to be better for FDM parts. One reason is because the processing times are significantly faster with VDD equipment due to faster drying times. The BASE and DECI are both great options for FDM.
Which machines are more suited for resin-based printing technologies?
Machines that use Submersed Vortex Cavitation (SVC) like the DEMI 200 or DEMI 800 are more suited for resin technologies such as SLA or PolyJet.

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