PostProcess Technologies, in collaboration with the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME), has published the results of their annual Additive Manufacturing Post-Printing Survey.
This report will give you an in-depth look from the end-user perspective of common practices and challenges in 3D Post-Printing, also known as Post-Processing. Data from the survey of industry participants have been tabulated and summarized with key highlights and insights. Access the report today to learn:
- What methods are most commonly used today
- The industry’s most reported challenges with Post-Printing
- How Post-Printing fits into the overall 3D Print operation landscape
About PostProcess Technologies
3D Printing Post Processing machines that are a comprehensive system of software, hardware and additive formulated chemistry work together to remove the bottleneck in the post-printing step of additive manufacturing.
Current Post Processing methods are:
- Time consuming
- High breakage rates
In most cases, 3D printed parts have some type of support that needs to be removed and more than 60 percent need finishing. PostProcess technologies provide a solution to automate the process, eliminating time-consuming and expensive manual labor.
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