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Comparison of the finishing efficiency of 3D prints made using SLS and MJF powder technologies

The most popular plastic additive techniques in the area of industrial production are SLS (Selective Laser Sintering) and MJF (Multi Jet Fusion) technologies. Technology Applied, a leading Polish company in the 3D printing industry, uses them in its daily work, supported by DyeMansion’s fully automated post-processing technology, optimizing the product finishing process in both of these incremental methods. Comparing the finishing efficiency of prints made in SLS and MJF using automated post-processing is crucial to understanding the benefits of this approach.

DyeMansion offers a wide range of solutions that are ideal for enhancing SLS and MJF prints. These methods include surface smoothing, dyeing and UV curing, which not only improve the aesthetics of prints, but also their strength and durability. By using these technologies, Technology Applied can offer its customers products of higher quality and better finish.

In 3D printing using SLS technology, the main challenge is the porous surface of the prints, which may affect strength and aesthetics. DyeMansion post-processing technology allows for smoothing this surface, which significantly improves the appearance and mechanical properties. Chemical surface smoothing reduces porosity and improves material uniformity, which is particularly important in engineering applications and projects with high aesthetic requirements.

MJF technology provides higher density and slightly better surface quality of the parts, but still requires post-processing to obtain an optimal surface finish. In the case of MJF, DyeMansion focuses on improving the aesthetics and durability of dyeing, ensuring uniform and intense colors. This process is extremely effective in improving the overall appearance of the product, which is crucial in consumer applications and final products.

Comparing the efficiency of finishing SLS and MJF prints using DyeMansion technology, it can be seen that both technologies significantly improve the quality of finishing. In SLS it helps to reduce porosity and increase mechanical strength, while in MJF it focuses on aesthetics and color durability. In both cases, Technology Applied is able to provide products of higher quality and with a better finish. Thanks to DyeMansion technology, the company gains an advantage in the production of 3D prints using SLS and MJF technologies. Improved post-processing processes allow the company not only to improve the aesthetics and functionality of products, but also to increase their market attractiveness.

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