PostProcess Technologies is joining Carbon’s ecosystem, making its industry-leading resin removal technology compatible with the Silicon Valley firm’s 3D printing platform. The first product from PostProcess that will be compatible with Carbon is the PostProcess DEMI 910, a data-driven solution that performs automated resin removal that will be compatible with Carbon products.
“We are excited to have PostProcess as a part of the Carbon partner ecosystem. As we build a global ecosystem that is opening up the world of manufacturing, we strive to partner with companies that have complementary offerings to streamline the product development lifecycle,” said Phil DeSimone, Chief Product & Business Development Officer at Carbon. “This partnership will expand the post-processing options available to product developers using the Carbon platform.”
By pairing these print and post-print solutions together, Carbon users will experience increased productivity as well as the benefits of a safer, more sustainable alternative to traditional resin removal solvents with improved end-part quality. Additionally, the companies will continue their collaboration to further align PostProcess’s automated post-printing solutions to Carbon’s growing resin and printer portfolio.
The DEMI 910 system will be capable of washing an entire build from a Carbon L1 printer or two build platforms from a Carbon M2 printer. As with all solutions in the PostProcess DEMI family, the DEMI 910 is a full-stack system comprised of integrated software, hardware, and chemistry technologies. Driven by the world’s first post-print software platform, AUTOMAT3D®, it employs patented Submersed Vortex Cavitation (SVC) technology and utilizes Carbon-specific detergent formulations. The DEMI 910 is being released for use with specific Carbon resins upon launch.
Speaking to the industry-leading collaboration, PostProcess Technologies CEO Jeff Mize said, “We are delighted to announce this partnership with Carbon, a world-leading innovator in the additive manufacturing market, to pair our proven resin removal technology with their platform. We have very similar ‘customer-first’ cultures which we believe will result in this alliance being transformative for Carbon users to streamline and optimize their complete 3D printing workflow.”