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Binder jetting

Standard Particle Size Distribution
5 25 μm

Binder Jetting is a 3D printing technology that uses a binder to selectively bond layers of powder material to create a part. The process is repeated layer by layer until the part is complete. 

In Binder Jetting, a thin layer of powder material is spread on a build platform. The print head then selectively applies a binder to the powder layer according to the desired shape of the part. Once a layer is completed, the platform is lowered, and the process is repeated with a new layer of powder until the part is complete. 

Applications

Binder jetting is used in a variety of industries, including aerospace, automotive, medical, and jewelry. It is particularly useful in applications that require high accuracy and detail, such as producing customized medical implants or intricate metal parts for aerospace applications. Binder jetting can also be used to create molds and patterns for investment casting.

In summary, binder jetting is an efficient and cost-effective 3D printing technology that offers high accuracy and material flexibility. Its ability to produce parts quickly and with intricate geometries make it a valuable tool in a wide range of industries.

Benefits

Cost-effective

Binder jetting is a cost-effective 3D printing technology, as it eliminates the need for expensive tooling and molds.

Fast

Binder jetting can produce parts quickly, as the process doesn't require the time-consuming setup and post-processing steps of other manufacturing methods.

High accuracy

Binder jetting can produce parts with high accuracy and detail, making it useful for creating complex geometries.

Material flexibility

Binder jetting can be used with a wide range of materials, including metals, ceramics, and polymers.

Find your technology

Metal powders are widely used in various industries, including additive manufacturing, metallurgy, and coatings. The particle size distribution (PSD) of metal powders plays a crucial role in determining the final properties of the end product.
Different metal powder technologies are available with varying PSDs to cater to specific applications.

Technologies PSD comparison

* The diagrams show actual atomization results of 316L stainless steel using various ultrasonic frequency systems. Results may vary based on feed materials, properties, spray parameters, process conditions and other variables.
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