Our cleaning solutions
Light-based 3D printing has never been this efficient
Additively manufacturing and cleaning tens of millions of components every year? An easy task thanks to Cubicure’s industrially scalable post-processing solutions. The right cleaning solutions make Hot Lithography even more efficient and sustainable. Polymer components are produced in industrial batches on a Cerion® 3D printing system and are then cleaned in an individually optimized process. The result: flexible production, low costs and maximum material economy.
Cubicure’s cleaning solutions now make Hot Lithography an even more sustainable alternative mode of production. Excess material can simply be recycled: in a first cleaning step, centrifugal force removes material residue from the building platforms. The spun-off resin is collected in a container and can easily be returned to the printing process.
An energy-efficient cleaning plant further processes the additively manufactured parts. Its ultrasonic function gently cleans even finely structured components. A built-in distillation unit recycles the cleaning agent so that even at very high throughput rates, only a small amount of solvent is required. If necessary, fine cleaning is performed using superheated steam. Finally, the components are dried in a vacuum cycle. The entire automated cleaning process takes place in a closed area, thus ensuring high safety standards for your employees.
Systemic solutions for
Production plants for additive manufacturing
Cubicure's 3D printing systems process highly viscous resins. Their special heating and coating mechanism enables the production of particularly tough and temperature-resistant components.
Photopolymers for industrial 3D printing
Cubicure's customized materials are tailored to their specific applications. Polymer parts made from Cubicure materials are often indistinguishable from injection molded parts.
Cubicure Support & Slice for 3D models
Cubicure Support & Slice is a platform-independent software solution that serves as a direct interface between the digital and the physical realm. CSS is suitable for various additive manufacturing processes.