Dymax, Intrepid Automation to Enhance Automated 3D Printing, Manufacturing


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Dymax, leading manufacturer of rapid light-curing materials and equipment, and Intrepid Automation, leader in additive manufacturing and automation services, are working together to bring 3D printing to market faster.

Along with the reliability and consistent post-cure capability of Dymax light-curing systems, Intrepid is partnering with Dymax to help create total solutions for their digital manufacturing operations. After realizing that Dymax is a thought leader and expert in light-curing technology, it was a natural choice for Intrepid to join forces with Dymax to more effectively address issues that might come up with the post-curing process and to solve complex assembly problems. 

Intrepid’s new post-processing chambers will utilize BlueWave® AX-550 LED flood-curing systems to ensure complete uniform curing of 3D printed parts, which is especially critical in the aerospace, medical, and dental industries. With quality being a key component in the entire manufacturing process, it’s important for Intrepid to incorporate measuring and maintenance systems into their curing systems so they can confidently run them 24/7. “Dymax always takes pride in being a customer-driven innovative company that delivers high-value products,” said Tim Sasur, Product Development Director for Dymax. “Any time a cutting-edge customer such as Intrepid validates that our new product helps them solve manufacturing challenges, it’s a great success story for both companies.”

Together, the two companies will develop customized and integrated controls for 3D printing, supply customers more quickly, and assist businesses through their entire manufacturing journey.

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