An IPA Alternative: A Better Way to Clean Resin-Based 3D Printed Parts
PostProcess Technologies® Live Webinar
Date: September 27th, 2023
Time: 1:00 PM, EST
Join the Proto3000 team and our guests from PostProcess Technologies as we explore how switching from an IPA workflow to a PostProcess detergent for resin-based 3D printed part cleaning will enable a range of benefits, including increased model accuracy, improved productivity, better health and safety for your team, and cost savings from reducing IPA usage.
In this webinar, you will learn:
- A new method for cleaning parts with a safe, non-flammable, non-combustible detergent solution instead of IPA
- An overview of PostProcess and their integrated solution encompassing hardware, software, and chemistry for efficient resin and support removal.
- How to improve accuracy on parts by preserving geometry in the post-processing step by minimizing IPA use
- How productivity can be improved and labour reduced by post-processing larger batches of models
- The ROI of detergent and how it can result in significant cost savings when compared to IPA
- How to decrease the time and steps in your 3D printing process
John Hogenmiller is the Business Development Channel Manager for the Northeastern United States and Canada at PostProcess Technologies, where he contributes to the company’s mission of revolutionizing additive manufacturing. With a strong engineering foundation, John has been an integral part of the PostProcess team for over six years. His multifaceted experience positions him as an invaluable asset in delivering comprehensive post-processing solutions and insights in the 3D printing industry. John holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University at Buffalo.
Michael Wang is the Digital Dental Product Specialist for Proto3000’s Dental Division. His primary responsibilities include utilizing the digital workflow in the dental lab, as well as the integration of open-sourced technologies. He previously worked at the in-house lab of Dr. Mark Lin’s prosthodontic office from 2010 – 2020. He graduated from the George Brown College dental technology program in 2013.
Owner at Schell Dental Ceramics, BC, Canada