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GE Additive Launches New Powder Recovery Station

GE Additive unveiled the Arcam PRS 30, a new automated powder recovery station to create a closed system that contains powder exposure for operators working in additive manufacturing environments.

First deliveries are expected in 2Q20. Key features of the system include:

    Increased automation

  • Automated blasting
  • Self-diagnostics and easier troubleshooting

Simplified cleaning

  • Automatic cleaning of the blast chamber
  • Exchangeable cyclone and tubes
  • A combined blasting and air cleaning nozzle

Improved ergonomics

  • New, improved human-machine interface
  • Improved visibility, work light and larger window

“Customers shifting to serial additive production inceasingly look to us to take an integrated, system-wide approach, and that usually includes guidance on safe and efficient powder handling. We are able to respond quickly to customer demands with solutions such as the Arcam PRS-30, by relying both on extensive collective experience with powder manufacturing and handling, and expertise in industrial automation and EHS across GE Additive,” said Karl Lindblom, General Manager, Arcam EBM.

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