Oryx Additive Launches scaWaterjet

Water-pressure cleaning station can remove support material from multiple 3D-printed models.

Water-pressure cleaning station can remove support material from multiple 3D-printed models.

The Oryx scaWaterjet can remove support materials from multiple 3D-printed items simultaneously. Image courtesy of Oryx Additive.


Oryx Additive has released the Oryx Additive scaWaterjet solution for removing support material from 3D printed items.

The water-pressure cleaning station is capable of removing support material from multiple 3D-printed models rapidly, with bulk and/or fine detail jetting options, the company says. The ergonomic design provides operators with a sit or stand option. The cleaning of additive parts may be delicate or rigid, and accomplished in minutes instead of hours. Other features include a large, tilted clear-view operation, LED-illuminated work area, dual filtration, easy access to the pump and holding tank, and direct-plumbed water source or stand-alone “recycle tank” operations.

“Our vision at Oryx is to achieve the full potential of additive manufacturing by collaborating with customers and being a trusted and responsive partner.  With the scaWaterjet, all users may expedite their finishing and support removal with the reliability expected at the industrial level. We are excited to launch this new and innovative product,” said Keith Jeffcoat, Chief Executive Officer, Oryx Additive.

Oryx Additive specializes in the design, development, and manufacturing of finishing and secondary processing equipment for additive manufacturing. 

The Oryx systems are currently available and may be purchased online at www.oryxadditive.com or through the Oryx reseller network. 

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