The Binder Jet 3D Printing process, also known as "Powder bed and inkjet" or "drop-on-powder" printing is used to cast components using a liquid binding material and powdered raw materials. The binder can also incorporate dyes (for colour printing), and additives for enhanced component properties such as viscosity, surface tension, and boiling point. In Binder Jetting, the materials such as metals, sand, and ceramics which are used for production need to be in fine granular form. It is a high speed 3D Printing process which provides components of high dimensional accuracy, and can be used to create multi-material parts or components in full colour using sandstone or PMMA powder.

Because of its high-speeds and material flexibility, binder jetting is used for production of large sand casting patterns, affordable metal 3D printing, and as an alternative to traditional high-volume manufacturing processes. The opportunity to use unique materials in builds also appeals to ‘Makers’ like artists, architects, and product designers.

Process

The Binder Jet 3D Printing process, also known as "Powder bed and inkjet" or "drop-on-powder" printing is used to cast components using a liquid binding material and powdered raw materials. The binder can also incorporate dyes (for colour printing), and additives for enhanced component properties such as viscosity, surface tension, and boiling point. In Binder Jetting, the materials such as metals, sand, and ceramics which are used for production need to be in fine granular form. It is a high speed 3D Printing process which provides components of high dimensional accuracy, and can be used to create multi-material parts or components in full colour using sandstone or PMMA powder.

Because of its high-speeds and material flexibility, binder jetting is used for production of large sand casting patterns, affordable metal 3D printing, and as an alternative to traditional high-volume manufacturing processes. The opportunity to use unique materials in builds also appeals to ‘Makers’ like artists, architects, and product designers.

Process

Post Process

The Binder Jet 3D Printing process, also known as "Powder bed and inkjet" or "drop-on-powder" printing is used to cast components using a liquid binding material and powdered raw materials. The binder can also incorporate dyes (for colour printing), and additives for enhanced component properties such as viscosity, surface tension, and boiling point. In Binder Jetting, the materials such as metals, sand, and ceramics which are used for production need to be in fine granular form. It is a high speed 3D Printing process which provides components of high dimensional accuracy, and can be used to create multi-material parts or components in full colour using sandstone or PMMA powder.Because of its high-speeds and material flexibility, binder jetting is used for production of large sand casting patterns, affordable metal 3D printing, and as an alternative to traditional high-volume manufacturing processes. The opportunity to use unique materials in builds also appeals to ‘Makers’ like artists, architects, and product designers.

Process

Post Process