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Unlocking New Additive Applications In Asia With Chemical Vapor Smoothing

Unlocking New Additive Applications In Asia With Chemical Vapor Smoothing

Unlocking New Additive Applications In Asia With Chemical Vapor Smoothing

Additive3D Asia in collaboration with Additive Manufacturing Technologies (AMT), jointly hosted their first webinar for the Asia Pacific region entitled “Unlocking New Additive Applications in Asia with Chemical Vapor Smoothing”.  Speaking at the session were Mr. Jason Joo, Co-Founder of Additive3D Asia and Mr. Joseph Crabtree, CEO and Founder of AMT.

The webinar addressed the current key challenges of 3D printing and the quality issues of 3D printed parts. AMT gave a deeper insight with actual case studies and demonstrated how AMT’s PostPro Chemical Vapor Smoothing patented technology can benefit users. This includes better strength, surface finishing, smoothness, and watertightness to the 3D printed part close like from injection moulding process.

To deliver a better 3D printing experience, Additive3D Asia who is AMT’s authorised PostPro Production Partner offers the Post Processing treatment as a Service to all customers in Singapore and across the APAC region.

Suitable for all Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM), Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) and HP MultiJet Fusion (MJF) and other Powder Bed Fusion (PBF) technology, the Chemical Vapor Smoothing can now process up to 95 percent of the different 3D printing materials available in the open market. Varies industries from Aerospace, Automotive, Medical, Consumer Products, Lifestyles, Industrial and others will be able to experience up to 200 percent of return to their business by switching to this new post processing technology.

“Collaborating with Additive3D Asia is another example of AMT’s commitment to unlock the full potential of additive manufacturing across the globe. We are delighted to have Additive3D Asia as our first official production partner in Singapore and look forward to supporting their business growth and open up new opportunities for high-quality, customised applications,” commented Mr. Joseph Crabtree

To watch the recording of the webinar, visit: https://additive3dasia.com/vapor-smoothing/contact-webinar-recording/

 

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