Frankfurt, Germany  – GE Additive today unveiled the Arcam PRS 30 – a new, automated powder recovery station to create a closed system to contain powder exposure for operators working in industrial additive manufacturing environments.  

The Arcam PRS 30 will be manufactured at the GE Additive Arcam EBM facility in Gothenburg, Sweden and is available for order now, with first deliveries expected in  Q2 2020.  Key features of the Arcam PRS 30 include;


Increased automation

  • Automated blasting
  • Self-diagnostics and easier trouble shooting


Simplified cleaning

  • Automatic cleaning of the blast chamber
  • Exchangeable cyclone and tubes
  • A combined blasting and air cleaning nozzle


Improved ergonomics

  • New, improved human-machine interface (HMI)
  • Improved visibility, work light and larger window


“Customers shifting to serial additive production increasingly look to us to take and integrated, system-wide approach, and that usually includes guidance on safe and efficient powder handling.  We are able to respond quickly to customer demands with solutions such as the Arcam PRS-30, by relying both on extensive collective experience with powder manufacturing and handling, and expertise in industrial automation and EHS across GE Additive,” said Karl Lindblom, general manager, Arcam EBM.

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