Over the last year, an increasing number of manufacturers have relied on 3D printing to produce product models, prototypes, and parts. Projections show there is more to come as the number of 3D printing applications, from aerospace and healthcare to automotive parts and biomedical devices, continue to be developed.
Guyson Corporation USA continues to play a significant role in the industry, since the company first partnered with HP one year ago when it introduced its MultiBlast3D, a blasting chamber tailored to post-process 3D printed parts for HP Jet Fusion 500/300 Series 3D printers. By removing residual powder and preserving colors with single use media delivery or processing batches with continuous flow, MultiBlast3D customers have the ability to create and preserve a wide array of surface finishes for both cosmetic and/or functional purposes.
Many industry sectors have relied on the MultiBlast3D to process parts for a wide variety of additive manufacturing methods, including: Selective Laser Sintering (SLS), Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM), Stereolithography (SLA) and Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS).
Over the past year, Guyson has seen the demand for the MultiBlast3D increase, as customers are in need of a post processing system that is not only safe and easy to use, but one that offers optimized component and machine settings specifically for HP part finishing, with the ability to change from single use to continuous use media. Another benefit is the size of the unit. It is compact and able to fit through a 36″ door, and includes built-in dust collection and fire suppression systems.