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CENTORR: New Sintervac AM™ Furnace for 3D-Printed Additive Manufactured Parts

CENTORR VACUUM INDUSTRIES announced it has shipped its new Sintervac AM™ furnace for the debind and sintering of additively manufactured parts for a leading firm in the 3D/Additive Manufacturing market space.

CENTORR’s newest offering for the 3D-printing/Additive Manufacturing market is designed around its 2 ft3 (1 ft3 ≅ 0,0283 m3) furnace rated for operation to 1600 °C. The graphite furnace design includes robust graphite tube and block elements designed for long service life, with a 4-sided hot zone and integral graphite retort for excellent temperature uniformity. The retort also compartmentalizes the residual offgassing from binder-jet materials used during part production allowing them to be caught in the dual trapping system. The rigid graphite insulation design provides for long-term service even in the presence of process off-gassing and residual binder contamination. The trademarked Sweepgas® debind system allows for effective ”sweeping“ away of the process contaminants. Furnace control is via PLC/Programmable Controllers with CENTORR’s custom-designed HMI visual­ization interface. The company’s Sintervac AM™ design is available in sizes of 2; 4,5; 9; 12; and 16 ft3 respectively.

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