3D Printing
Surface Finish & Support Removal Products

Hydroform Equipment

Beyond 3D Printing

PostProcess Technologies Solutions

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Automated, Intelligent, Comprehensive

Solutions for:

Automated Part Finishing

Automated Support Removal

Hybrid Support Removal & Part Finishing

WasteWater Treatment

Hydroforming Equipment

Surface Finishing Designed for Your Requirements

Our cutting-edge solutions automate support removal use patent-pending Agitation Algorithms™ and exclusive detergents. Our proprietary process reliably removes support materials from all 3D printed parts while reducing cycle time and increasing productivity.

Fast Automated Support Removal

PostProcess automates surface finishing for additive manufacturing with our unique technology-based solutions. We automate manual methods and ensure every printed part meets your specs, such as desired Roughness Average (Ra), dimensional consistency, while keeping the fine-feature detail of the 3D printed part intact.

Sheet Hydroforming, Triform Solutions

Deep Draw Hydroforming

For applications requiring a controlled flow of the material, such as deep drawn parts or those with curved geometries which have the potential to wrinkle during the forming process, Triform Deep Draw presses are the ideal solution.  

In the computer-controlled Deep Draw process, the downward-acting bladder primarily acts to hold the material during pressurization, as the tool is extended atop a hydraulic punch cylinder. This draws the material into the bladder and allows it to flow as needed.

Fluid Cell Hydroforming

Fluid Cell sheet hydroforming creates parts with a single unmated tool, using the downward force of the pressurized bladder, or diaphragm. The sheet material, or blank, is placed atop a stationary form block, which rests unsecured on the lower platen or working surface. The diaphragm is then pressurized with hydraulic fluid, expanding as it exerts equal pressure on every point inside the chamber. Multiple parts can be run in a single Fluid Cell cycle, as long as the tools and blanks fit within the forming area – including parts of different sizes.