DyeMansion’s sophisticated PolyShot Surfacing (PSS) technology delivers a homogeneous surface quality, transforming porous, vulnerable powder-based plastics into long-lasting, finished products.
Fast, cost-effective and compatible with every geometry. The special PSS process reaches almost all areas of the part without any material removal.
The improved surface quality of the parts enables a consistent distribution of the color. Our automated process achieves this homogeneous surface quality at a cycle time of only 10 minutes.
Shiny surfaces and pleasant haptics enable an improved look & feel for powder-bed plastics, which is the key to high-value 3D-printed products.
Colored without surfacing
Powershot S finished + colored
Our PolyShot Surfacing (PSS) process prepares your parts for a good and homogeneous coloring result. The open pores of the polymer parts are homogenized with a special blasting media through the blasting nozzles. The process is clean and powder-free thanks to the ionized flat-jet nozzles. Due to the rotation of the basket inside the blaster, all parts are processed evenly and surface roughness is refined. Depending on the desired effect the PSS process can be repeated one more time after the coloring cycle.
The combination of blasting and ionizing nozzles are optimized to achieve this powder-free process. A high-performance, adjustable cyclone separates the blasting media from other particles and keeps the cabinet clean.
Our PSS process is compatible with every geometry and reaches almost all areas of the part in a few minutes. This way it’s possible to finish the surface of almost every powder-based plastic part and to achieve a more homogeneous surface quality than on an untreated part.
Using our PolyShot Surfacing process, the surface of AM plastics gets a matt glossy look. A product property that increases the visual quality of your parts dramatically.
Due to the closed pores after the blasting step, the parts become more dirt- and scratch-resistant. This is crucial for products that are constantly exposed to water and dirt (e.g. eyewear, sporting goods).
The parts show much better haptics and can be worn directly on the skin.
|Cycle time||Variable, typically between 5 to 15 minutes, depending on filling level|
|Capacity (per run)||Up to 75% of EOS P3 or HP Jet Fusion build job|
|Cyclone performance||510 m^3/h | 300 cfm|
|Dimensions (w x d x h in mm [in])||1,300 x 1,665 x 2,030 mm | 51.2 x 65.6 x 79.9 inch|
|Required space for operations (w x d x h in mm [in])||2,915 x 2,465 x 2,300 mm | 114.8 x 97.0 x 90.6 inch|
|Weight||480 kg | 1,058 lb|
|Connection||400V 50Hz CEE 16A|
|Consumption||1 kW (typical)|
|Noise Level||> 85dB|
|Connection||Hose nozzle, Air tube inside Ø 19mm | 3/4” or 1/2 ” IT|
|Consumption||Recommended: 1.4 m3/min at 4 bar | 50 cfm at 58 psi
Maximum: 2.5 m3 /min at 7 bar | 88 cfm at 101 psi
|Removable rotary basket for manual blasting|
|Ionized flat-jet nozzles (2x) | Borcabid nozzles (2x)|
|Collection box for leftover powder and blasting media|
|Stainless steel cabinet|