The company PostProcess Technologies Inc. is the first and only provider of automated and intelligent post-printing solutions for industrial Additive Manufacturing. The company announced on January 15 its entrance into the Asian market with its first distribution partner in Japan, K.K. IRISU. Founded in 1859 as the first German trading house operating in Japan, K.K.IRISU is a pioneer in East Asian trade and a specialist for top-end industrial machinery and technologies.
K.K.IRISU offers a comprehensive products and services portfolio for 3D Printing, including scanners, parts prototyping and production, and print technologies such as BigRep, Roboze, and Shining 3D. Adding PostProcess Technologies’ full-stack solutions to its portfolio gives ILLIES customers access to sustainable, data-driven post-printing technology enabling AM at scale with local support now readily available in Japan.
The executives from PostProcess Technologies and C Illies. Source: PostProcess Technologies.
PostProcess solutions automate industrial 3D printing’s most common post-printing processes with a software-based approach, including support, resin, and powder removal, as well as surface finishing, resulting in “customer-ready” 3D printed parts.
Its technology delivers transformative results, including decreased manual labor, reduced cycle time, improved consistency and repeatability, and lower scrap/reprint rates. Additionally, as an innovator of software-based 3D post-printing, PostProcess solutions will enable the full digitization of AM through the post-print step for the Industry 4.0 factory floor.
PostProcess has been a pioneer in our market segment, leading the way with a full-stack approach to post-printing unlike any other,”(…), That’s why we’ve chosen K.K.IRISU, another pioneer with an exceptional legacy, for its experience and expertise to serve our growing global customer base in Japan.”
-Bruno Bourguet, Managing Director of PostProcess International.
“K.K.IRISU’s main objective is to educate the Japanese market in additive manufacturing and to continue to be the solution provider for the Japanese 3D manufacturing world,” argued Dr. Frank Oberndorff, President of K. K. IRISU.
The two firms will be exhibiting at the Design Engineering & Manufacturing Solutions (DMS) 2020 Expo, taking place from February 26 to 28 at the Makuhari Messe.