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Recommended Vacuum Furnaces for Additive Manufacturing

Furnace ModelMaximum Load DimensionsMaximum Weight CapacityOperating TemperatureQuench Pressure
DS121224
(Debind & Sinter)
12″ x 12″ x 24″
(305mm x 305mm x 610mm)
400 lb
(182 kg)
1000 °F – 2462 °F
(538 °C – 1350 °C)
2 bar
DS181824
(Debind & Sinter)
18″ x 18″ x 24″
(457mm x 457mm x 610mm)
1000 lb
(455 kg)
1000 °F – 2462 °F
(538 °C – 1350 °C)
2 bar
DS242448
(Debind & Sinter)
24″ x 24″ x 48″
(610mm x 610mm x 1219mm)
2000 lb
(909 kg)
1000 °F – 2462 °F
(538 °C – 1350 °C)
2 bar
DS363648
(Debind & Sinter)
36″ x 36″ x 48″
(914mm x 914mm x 1219mm)
3000 lb
(1364 kg)
1000 °F – 2462 °F
(538 °C – 1350 °C)
2 bar

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