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Binder jetting is a technology used in 3D printing where a binder is selectively deposited on a powder bed to form solid structures. This process allows for the creation of intricate and detailed designs with high accuracy. Binder jetting is often used in various industries, including manufacturing, engineering, and architecture, to create models, prototypes, and end-use parts. This category will cover the latest advancements, materials, and applications of binder jetting technology.
Directed Energy Deposition
Direct Energy Deposition (DED) is a manufacturing process that uses focused heat or pressure to melt and deposit material layer by layer, creating 3D objects. This process is often used to produce complex shapes and geometries and can reduce the need for secondary machining operations. The direct energy source can be a laser, an electron beam, or a plasma arc.
Material Extrusion is an Additive Manufacturing process that involves depositing melted material through a nozzle or die to build 3D objects layer by layer. This method is commonly used in producing plastic parts and can be applied to other materials such as metals, composites, and ceramics. The Material Extrusion provides a cost-effective way to manufacture complex shapes and geometries, making it a popular choice in various industries.
Material Jetting is a type of 3D printing technology that creates parts by selectively depositing droplets of a liquid material onto a build platform. The droplets are cured layer by layer to form a solid object. This process offers high precision and acceptable detail resolution, making it ideal for producing small and complex parts. It is commonly used for prototyping, tooling, and short-run production.
Powder Bed Fusion
Discover the world of Powder Bed Fusion, a popular Additive Manufacturing process that uses heat to melt and fuse metal or polymer powders layer by layer to create complex 3D objects. Learn more in our dedicated “Powder Bed Fusion” category.
Discover the world of Vat Photopolymerization, an Additive Manufacturing process that uses a vat of liquid photopolymer resin and a light source to cure and solidify the resin layer by layer to create complex 3D objects. Learn more in our dedicated “Vat Photopolymerization” category.
Explore the world of Sheet Lamination, an Additive Manufacturing process that uses thin layers of material, often metal or plastic sheets, stacked and bonded together to create complex 3D objects. Learn more in our dedicated “Sheet Lamination” category.
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