Onulis Post Processing tabletop machines make waste resin processing simple, safe and affordable. The Onulis WRAP was created primarily to solve a problem: How do I safely dispose of my waste resin?
There are two primary functions of the WRAP units, to cure waste resin and to cure green state parts. Each version has a few models to choose from. This is an overview of each model currently available and the features you can expect.
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Types of Onulis WRAP
WRAP and WRAP Plus
The WRAP is a hands off, easy way to dispose of your UV curable waste resin. The WRAP waste resin printer transforms your remaining, expired, or waste liquid resin into a solid piece that can be thrown out in your household waste. This is a great alternative to the methods being used today.
Save your teams time and frustration with manual drying and baking methods and skip the costly waste handling services. By bringing waste handling in house you can free up budget being spent on expensive hazardous waste pick up services and save your team time and money.
The WRAP and WRAP Plus units use an internal axial system that turns a cardboard core tube within the unit as liquid resin droplets are dispensed onto the tube. The UV lights inside of the unit cure the resin into a hard substance. As the tube rotates, the hardened resin builds up layer by layer until the waste resin vat is empty. The WRAP products are equipped with an easy-to-use digital interface which is intuitive and requires minimal training to get started.
Where does the WRAP Plus come into play?
The WRAP resin vats differ based on the viscosity of the resin. It’s an easy process to identify which vat is needed with their viscosity tool. Users who print in a wide variety of resin types can benefit from the WRAP Plus since it comes with all three viscosity vats, ensuring you’ll always have the components needed to properly cure.
The WRAP Cure builds on the capabilities of the base WRAP, adding the ability to UV cure parts. The WRAP can be quickly swapped over to the Cure mode by removing the axial tube and inserting the rotating curing table, a process that takes less than five minutes.
The unit then uses its high-power UV lights and microprocessor to slowly cure the parts. The great thing about the translucent rotating curing table is that it allows UV light to reach all faces of your printed part, meaning there’s less flipping and handling required. While the overall cure time may increase, the handling time is much more efficient making it well worth the wait.
The WRAP Cure adds value to your 3D printing workflow by giving you access to cure parts without the investment or footprint of an additional unit.
WRAP Cure Certified
How do you take the WRAP Cure to the next level? Add certified, traceable, production DLP curing. This allows ISO 9000 certified users to take full advantage of the WRAP Cure. The extra UV lamp means more power to cure parts automatically, thoroughly and with repeatability.