German additive manufacturing post-processing company DyeMansion has closed a $14 million Series B funding round.
They call post-processing the “dirty little secret” of 3D printing, but let’s talk about it in the 2020 post-processing survey.
Quill Vogue offers a comprehensive line of 3D print post-processing solutions for FDM, SLS, SLM, PolyJet and ProJet additive manufacturing processes.
Finally we have a glimpse at the 3D print post-processing market, due to a survey performed by PostProcess Technologies.
Dye Mansion continues to develop a new 3D print smoothing solution.
As the 3D printing space continues to transform into something that fits into industrial factory settings, we’ve seen materials expand, systems improve, and a trend toward automation. What has so far seemed to be the missing piece is an equal improvement in post-processing technologies.
This is an entry in our 3D Print Learning Series, focusing on 3D print processing.
Post-processing is evolving from 3D printing’s dirty little secret to a PR headline.
After our story last week about a new post processing company, PULVERMEISTER, we learned a great deal more.
A new company, Pulvermeister GmbH, has produced a prototype of a 3D print post-processing device.
ASTM International was recently awarded a $1.2 million investment set to help further standards.
The future is bright — and brightly colored — for post-processing 3D prints.
That didn’t take long. After announcing the establishment of a base in Europe US-based PostProcess Technologies announced an interesting partnership with Germany-based Rösler. PostProcess Technologies produces a series of “smart” post-processing devices for 3D printing that intelligently remove supports or smooth the inevitably layered surfaces of freshly printed objects. Sometimes their equipment does both processes… Continue reading PostProcess Partners with Rösler
Mitsubishi Electric continues with its momentum in additive manufacturing, partnering with Additive Manufacturing Technologies (AMT).
UK-based Additive Manufacturing Technologies (AMT) is expanding operations to the North American market.
There’s a very interesting tool that may be just right for 3D printing.
PostProcess Technologies is opening up a European operation.
Farsoon has released a new polymer 3D printer, the HT1001P CAMS system.
DyeMansion has secured $5 million in Series A funding.
Sanding 3D prints can be very tedious – but it turns out you may not need to in some cases.
There’s a trend in 3D printing these days: accessories.
From their name, you’d figure that DyeMansion has something to do with coloration, and you’d be right.
We haven’t heard much from MCOR lately, but they’ve just developed a new feature that should save considerable post processing time.
Are you haunted by “stringies”? There’s an incredibly easy way to remove them.
An interesting announcement from Additive Industries this week shows their continuing commitment to addressing the automation needs of metal manufacturers.
The forgotten part of 3D printing: post processing. It’s a lot more complex than you can imagine.
I’m reviewing the product list from an Australian company, 3D Formulations, which provides a number of non-printing supplies for 3D printing operations.
Carbon introduced a couple of new items that should make their products far more interesting to those intending on production use.
3D print service Sculpteo announced testing of their mysterious smoothing system is now “out of its beta phase” and available to all.
If there’s one dirty secret of 3D printing, it’s the post-printing experience.
Once the 3D printing is done, the post processing begins. That’s the “dirty” secret of the industry, but it’s one that vendors like Anmasi can solve.
So you’ve 3D printed your object, and hold it in your hand. Are you finished? Not at all – there’s the often-required “post processing” step, in which your object is subjected to various treatments leading to its final, perfected state. That might involve manual trimming of extraneous blobs, painting or in some cases removal of… Continue reading 3D Print Post Processing: A Wiki
Most 3D printers produce objects that are only a single color, and usually it’s awful. A few higher-end 3D printers can produce color objects (ZCorp), but most model makers end up painting their objects by hand after they come out of the build chamber. We ran across an interesting alternative to painting: Electroplating. RapidToday posted… Continue reading Electroplating