Binder Jet Printing

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 required component properties such as viscosity, surface tension, and boiling point.This technique allows the casting of materials such as gypsum, ceramics, and others with high transition temperatures. It is one of the fastest processes currently available, but requires some post-processing to achieve the final surface finish desired.

The commercial applications of binder jetting are typically limited to rapid prototyping and producing low-cost metal parts, but it allows the use of unique materials which appeals to ‘Makers’ like artists, architects, and product designers.

Binder Jet Printing

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 required component properties such as viscosity, surface tension, and boiling point.This technique allows the casting of materials such as gypsum, ceramics, and others with high transition temperatures. It is one of the fastest processes currently available, but requires some post-processing to achieve the final surface finish desired.

The commercial applications of binder jetting are typically limited to rapid prototyping and producing low-cost metal parts, but it allows the use of unique materials which appeals to ‘Makers’ like artists, architects, and product designers.

Binder Jet Printing

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 required component properties such as viscosity, surface tension, and boiling point.This technique allows the casting of materials such as gypsum, ceramics, and others with high transition temperatures. It is one of the fastest processes currently available, but requires some post-processing to achieve the final surface finish desired.

The commercial applications of binder jetting are typically limited to rapid prototyping and producing low-cost metal parts, but it allows the use of unique materials which appeals to ‘Makers’ like artists, architects, and product designers.

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 required component properties such as viscosity, surface tension, and boiling point.This technique allows the casting of materials such as gypsum, ceramics, and others with high transition temperatures. It is one of the fastest processes currently available, but requires some post-processing to achieve the final surface finish desired. The commercial applications of binder jetting are typically limited to rapid prototyping and producing low-cost metal parts, but it allows the use of unique materials which appeals to ‘Makers’ like artists, architects, and product designers.

Post Processing

Post Processing

Post Processing

Post Processing