The prints will be embedded in a canister of powder after the part has been printed. Cleanup will involve removing the part from the canister and spraying or rubbing any excess powder off.
Fuse Recover is a two part system that helps you to re-use powder and makes this process a bit easier by providing a unit that the canister can be poured into. Stray powder will fall through perforations and a compressed air system helps you to cleanup parts. Any remaining stray powder is actively removed and brought into a container.
Powder that has been used in a print must be re-used as a 50/50 mix of old and new powder. This is because powder used in a print is heated beyond the glass transition temperature and some of the Nylon particles will coalesce together. Using old and new powder in a 50/50 mix ensures consistent printing results.
The second component of Fuse Recover mixes previously used and new powder in a 50/50 mix. A new cartridge of powder and old cartridge are placed in the second component of Fuse Recover to create a usable 50/50 mix.
Note: Fuse Recover is in beta and this workflow may change.