Binder Jetting Service
3Diligent has many additive-manufacturing options to meet your binder jetting needs. We also have you covered for material specific to this 3D Printing process, like gypsum, metals, sand, and more. To learn more about our entire technology suite, click here.
Binder Jetting Service Process Overview
Binder jetting involves building the layers of a part by selectively applying an adhesive to a powder bed. The powder bed then descends one layer in height, followed by a roll of fresh powder evenly spread on a new layer over the part. After the shape of the part is printed, the part (now in the green state) will typically undergo some sort of post-processing to make it stronger, commonly baked in a kiln. The metal, gypsum, or ceramic powder binds to itself to form a superior integral bond.
Certain printers—color jet printers—can apply colored adhesive. This provides the opportunity to print in full color, suiting visual models and colorful, non-functional parts with complex geometries.
For more functional projects, binder jetting can offer the production of large sand casting cores and molds, and the overall manufacturing of low-cost 3D printed metal parts.
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