Normfinish Debuts 3D Samba

Normfinish has developed a variety of ending machines that meet the demand for collection ending of 3D printed elements.

Normfinish has developed a variety of ending machines that meet the demand for collection ending of 3D printed elements.

Normfinish computerized post-processing system. Image courtesy of Normfinish.


Normfinish will unveil a new computerized post-processing answer, the Normfinish 3D Samba. Designed to post-process collection of 3D printed merchandise concurrently, this blasting system is offered in a Clear and Easy model.

Normfinish has developed a variety of ending machines that meet the demand for collection ending of 3D printed elements.

Automated Future

Along with the automated blasting machines outfitted with a smaller or bigger basket, there may be an answer for the automated ending of bigger merchandise, in collection. TheNormfinish 3D Samba, with infinite belt, can end collection of as much as 50 L in quantity 24/7.

The Normfinish 3D Samba may be simple to load and unload and can be outfitted with computerized loading and unloading. The machine turns into part of an uninterrupted full print-to-product course.

Depowdering and Shot Peening

The Normfinish computerized ending machines can be found in two variations: the CLEAN model, appropriate for depowdering 3D printed merchandise, eradicating powder and free elements.

For some functions it could then be vital to also deal with the merchandise with a shotpeen course. This makes the floor extra homogeneous, smoother and providesa comfortable sheen, according to the company. The blast cupboards within the SMOOTH model are particularly suited to hold out this shot peen course.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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