Binder Jetting Service is a Cost-Effective Option for Full-Color Models and Functional Metal Parts
Binder Jetting Process Overview
Binder Jetting is a 3D printing process that 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 the colored adhesive. This provides the opportunity to print in full color, suiting visual models and colorful, nonfunctional parts with complex geometries.
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