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RFD2-19 Cabinet Oven for Post Processing 3D Printed Parts


A 3D Printing customer required an oven for post processing of 3D printed parts. Despatch provided the customer with a stainless-steel RFD2-19. The customer uses the oven for two processes. The first thermal processing step is curing/crosslinking of the printed metal parts inside a build box at specific temperatures to provide enough strength to allow handling of the parts for secondary processes such as de-powdering. In the second step the powdered metal parts are loaded into the oven for thermal de-binding which removes the residual binder material from the metal parts prior to sintering.

The oven was designed with side controls and two position dampers. It also included a differential pressure gauge with a -5" to 5" WG range to measure chamber pressure, a nitrogen connection on the rear of the oven piped to a Rotometer, 7" clearance channels under the oven body to allow the build box cart to roll up to the oven face and a VFD on the recirculation fan to allow equal performance in all markets regardless of voltage/frequency. Additional electrical controls were provided for auxiliary heating of the build box.

Despatch’s technical expertise allowed for quick solutions and helped the customer improve their processes.

Despatch cabinet oven for post processing 3D printed parts

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