Russell Finex launches AMPro Sieve Station Connect for optimised powder handling in Additive Manufacturing

January 24, 2024

January 24, 2024

Russell Finex’s new AMPro® Sieve Station Connect system (Courtesy Russell Finex)
Russell Finex’s new AMPro® Sieve Station Connect system (Courtesy Russell Finex)

Russell Finex, headquartered in Feltham, Middlesex, UK, has announced its new AMPro® Sieve Station Connect automated powder handling system. First launched in 2010, the AMPro Sieve Station has been re-engineered to incorporate the latest technology. Now, with its ‘connect’ feature, it allows remote operation and data logging for system optimisation.

The AMPro Sieve Station Connect is designed to provide optimum powder convey times and sieving efficiency, ensuring the powder is ready for use when needed.

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The design of the new system is reported to significantly enhance its functionality and user experience. New plug-and-play functionality allows users to easily expand their AM fleet or increase powder consumption with additional peripherals. Cloud monitoring facilitates remote access to information and support.

“The AMPro Sieve Station has been completely redesigned, offering advanced system monitoring and control, enhanced ergonomics, maintenance efficiency and performance,” stated Richard Kay, Sales & Marketing Director at Russell Finex.

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