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Powerfuse S PP brings eco vapour polishing to Polypropylene

With the introduction of Dyemansion's Powerfuse S PP post processing station for vapour polishing, 3D printed polypropylene parts may now take advantage of surface and material advancements.

The new Powerfuse S PP is specifically designed for processing polypropylene, whereas the old Powerfuse S model is compatible with all commonly used rigid and flexible materials on the market, including PA, TPU, and ULTEM.

With the use of polypropylene in additive manufacturing, the new machine expands the range of possible applications. It also touts the use of VaporFuse VF44 EcoFluid PP, a "100% bio-based and readily biodegradable as well as non-toxic: no PFAS, non-CMR, non-vPvM/PMT" fluid, as a more environmentally friendly option.

With a high level of automation and integrated solvent recovery in a closed loop, this industrial solution should enable users to achieve a reasonable cost per part at maximum production.

With advantages in terms of cost, toughness, ductility, and chemical resistance, polypropylene is one of the most widely used plastics in the world. The Powerfuse S PP has already been validated in conjunction with all PP technology providers, including Stratasys, HP, BASF, EOS, Prodways, and others.

In addition, Dyemansion has announced new collaborations with Next 3D and HP, the latter of which is particular to the Jet Fusion 5420W. To provide linked post-processing workflows for finishing and coloring white parts generated with the new HP solution, HP is collaborating closely with the post-processing technology business DyeMansion.

Depending on the needs of the application, DyeMansion's solution can deliver a wide range of vibrant colors with high consistency and various finishes.

For more information on Dyemansion, please contact your local Dynagraph representative.

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