BOFA to showcase its filtration systems at Formnext 2022

October 6, 2022

BOFA will showcase its AM filtration line, including the in-development 3D PrintPRO HT and redesigned 3D PrintPRO 4, at Formnext 2022 (Courtesy BOFA International)
BOFA will showcase its AM filtration line, including the in-development 3D PrintPRO HT and redesigned 3D PrintPRO 4, at Formnext 2022 (Courtesy BOFA International)

BOFA International, Ltd, headquartered in Poole, Dorset, UK, has announced that it will introduce the new 3D PrintPRO HT and its redesigned 3D PrintPRO 4 filtration systems for Additive Manufacturing at Formnext 2022.

The 3D PrintPRO HT, which is currently in development, uses advanced electronics components, thermal insulation and air management to deliver high levels of filtration while maintaining operating temperatures through active convection. The 3D PrintPRO 4 redesign includes a more advanced multi-stage filtration, including a deeper carbon bed which enables it to filter greater volumes of fume. This helps extend filter life and create safer, odourless Additive Manufacturing operations.

“These latest innovations from BOFA enable equipment manufacturers to meet growing market demand for technology capable of working new generation functional materials,” stated Haydn Knight, Sales and Marketing Director, BOFA. “Effective filtration and temperature control are increasingly important to 3D print processes, so systems such as our 3D PrintPRO HT have a vital role to play in enabling an agile Additive Manufacturing environment.”

BOFA will be located on stand 12.0-E18 at Formnext and, alongside the 3D PrintPRO HT and 3D PrintPRO 4, will showcase its entire line of Additive Manufacturing filtration machines.

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