AMT unveils depowdering system for non-industrial 3D printing market segment

Post-processing company AMT adds a new machine to its X portfolio: the PostPro DPX. The new system would complement the PostPro SFX’s (AMT’s desktop chemical vapor smoothing system) by enabling cleaning for 3D-printed parts in a cost-effective and compact form.

Designed for businesses utilizing desktop 3D printing technologies, such as those from Formlabs and Sinterit, the PostPro DPX features an intuitive touchscreen interface, an ionization unit for static reduction,  a powerful filtration system, and importantly ATEX certification.

According to AMT, it is particularly suited for environments where high throughput, safety, and space efficiency are crucial. This makes it an excellent addition for users in industries like dental, jewelry, and prototyping, who rely on small scale and desktop printers for their detailed and high-quality printing needs.

Feature Description
Design Compact, automated depowdering system
Basket Volume 10 Litres
Interface Touchscreen HMI for easy parameter adjustment
Static Reduction Ionization unit to reduce static build-up
Filtration Powerful filter for dust separation
Footprint Small, suitable for compact spaces
Safety Certification ATEX certified
Manual Blasting In-built gloves for manual operation
Dimensions (WxDxH) 985 x 1135 x 1890 mm
Weight 370 kg

AMT is offering a special bundle package that includes both the PostPro DPX and the SFX, the company’s chemical vapor smoothing system, for a combined price of 35,995 EUR. This bundle is designed to provide a comprehensive post-processing solution at a significant saving, enabling businesses to leverage the full capabilities of AMT’s innovative technologies to enhance their 3D printing processes, AMT says.

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