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Coloring 3D prints made from SLS/MJF technology using DyeMansion’s DM60

In the area of industrial 3D printing, it is becoming more and more desirable not only to create durable and functional parts, but also to ensure their aesthetic appearance. In this context, the role of post-processing, i.e. surface treatment, becomes particularly important. One of the leaders in this field is Technology Applied – the largest Polish 3D printing service company that uses SLS (Selective Laser Sintering) 3D printing technologies from EOS and MJF (MultiJet Fusion) from HP. Regardless of this, the company also uses an innovative technique of coloring ready-made 3D prints using the DyeMansion DM60 machine to further improve the offered products.

DyeMansion dyeing technology is a breakthrough solution in the field of post-processing. It involves the use of specialized dyes and finishing techniques that not only give 3D prints expressive and durable colors, but also improve their aesthetic properties and surface texture. This is especially important in the case of prints made using the SLS and MJF methods, which are traditionally characterized by a matte and porous finish.

Technology Applied, using DyeMansion technology, significantly improves the quality of its products. The dyeing process not only improves the appearance of prints, but also makes them more resistant to scratches and damage. Thanks to this, printed parts are more widely used in various industry sectors – from automotive, through aviation, to the medical and biotechnology industries. DyeMansion DM60 is designed to dye various types of plastics, making it extremely versatile. This device uses innovative dyeing techniques that allow for achieving uniform and intense colors on print surfaces. Thanks to this, it is possible to obtain aesthetically finished parts that are resistant to external factors, such as UV or abrasion.

The dyeing process in DM60 is automated and precisely controlled. This allows for repeatable dyeing results, which is crucial in the industry where consistency and repeatability of colors are required. This device is capable of dyeing large batches of prints, which significantly increases production efficiency and reduces the time needed to finish the product. DyeMansion DM60 also stands out in terms of ecology. The dyeing technology is designed to minimize environmental impact by using less water and energy compared to traditional dyeing methods, which contributes to reducing the carbon footprint of the production process.

Another advantage of DyeMansion tinting is the wide range of available colors and shades. This allows you to adapt the appearance of the parts to the individual needs of Technology Applied customers, which is especially important in projects requiring unique design and personalization.

The introduction of DyeMansion technology by Technology Applied is a milestone towards not only improving the aesthetics, but also the functionality and durability of 3D prints. This synergy of advanced printing techniques with innovative post-processing opens up new opportunities for the company, strengthening its position on the 3D printing services market in Poland and Europe. Thanks to this, Technology Applied not only responds to the growing market requirements, but also sets new standards in the 3D printing industry.

Photos: www.ta.parts

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