The zcorp printer came with a wax infusion machine. It really is one of the best parts to have with this trio of machines. Most prints that I have seen in the past use superglue or a similar substance to solidify the part, but this can be difficult due to the porosity of the print and the amount of superglue required to seal the part. I printed the test porsche two days ago (it took less than 2 hours) and it came out well. I did get some separation of layers and I accidentally knocked off a mirror, but overall the print seems solid. I believe my cleaning solution is starting to work it's way through the lines and I am finally getting full binder. I dunked the porsche in the wax tank and it made a model that can be handled and lightly sanded if need be. I'm so glad to have the wax infusion machine as a part of the lab. I think it will be really great to use in future lost wax casting as well. I'm going to experiment with the finer powders that Rob gave me and still play with saturation levels. I'm currently printing a longer part that should be able to test some of this.
BTW, Michael made a long post about getting this machine for the lab. A big thanks to him for making it happen!