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Bel Air Finishing Partners with HP to Improve Powder Handling

Rapid 2018: Bel Air has developed postprocessing techniques to handle powdery 3D printing material.
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Bel Air has partnered with HP and end users to develop postprocessing techniques to eliminate a prevalent bottleneck in the production operation: handling the powdery build material. The company offers integral system components that can automatically remove excess material, render clean, smooth parts, and dye the parts, all within the same system. Integral system components can be added, moved or rearranged to go along with the changing pace of production departments.

Bel Air will act as a postprocessing service provider; build, sell and install equipment; and train personnel for in-house processing.

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