How does the Binder Jetting 3D printing process work?
- Published on Mar 11, 2018
- What is the 3D printing technology Binder Jetting?
The binder jetting process is a 3D printing process in which powder material applied in thin layers is selectively bonded with a "binder". The coater applies hair-thin layers of powder material to the construction platform, which are then selectively glued by the print head. These steps are repeated until the product is built. In practice, several products are usually produced in a single job box in order to make the best possible use of it. After the printing process, the printed components are freed of any unglued material and prepared for further processing.
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