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What Is Binder Jetting? – 3D Printing Simply Explained

What Is Binder Jetting? – 3D Printing Simply Explained

Written by David

April 7, 2019

Back to top Binder jetting is a 3D printing technology that combines principles of SLS and material jetting. Take a tour of this unique technique to discover how it works, its pros and cons, and its ideal applications. A full-color object produced via binder jetting. Source: 3D Hubs Binder jetting (BJ) is a relatively new 3D printing technology. BJ 3D printers make use of powders, which are bound together with liquid binder agents to make solid parts. In this sense, you can think of BJ as a combination of SLS and material jetting . The element of SLS that is clearly visible in BJ is, of course, the use of powder. The particles are bound together using binder droplets, which are jetted out of the print head, making BJ similar to material jetting. In the rest of the article, we’ll take a look at how the technology works, the […]

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