Category: Powder/Particle Containment

In additive manufacturing, it’s what comes after 3D printing: post-processing

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) found the amount of post-processing required in their additive manufacturing lab to be “surprising” (Technical Note 1801, page 23). After printing an object, all loose material — nano-scale powders — had to be removed. Supports required during the print run were cut off and some objects/materials require sustained… Read more »