3D Printing (Positive Pressure)
Depending on the media used for printing, positive pressure can be used to dispense fluid to a 3D printer. This drawing shows Clippard's Cordis controlling compressed air above the print fluid, then the rate of flow is varied and controlled from Clippard's Eclipse to the print head. This process is under constant flow and therefore requires very stable and repeatable pressure control to maintain consistent fluid pressure at the inlet of the Eclipse.
- White Paper: Resolution in Proportional Control
- White Paper: Digital vs. Analog Control in Proportional Applications
- Cordis Series High Resolution Proportional Pressure Controls
- Cordis Pressure Controls FAQ
Cordis Pressure Controls