Metal Binder Jetting 3D Printing Service
Elimold provides you with the best online 3D Printing Services for your metal parts. Thanks to our expertise in Binder Jetting technology, you can choose between several options, instantly receive a quote, and let us handle the manufacturing in our ISO 9001-certified factory.
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Metal binder jetting is a 3D printing technique used to manufacture complex metal parts with excellent mechanical properties. Metal binder jetting is commonly used to produce metal parts at a fraction of the cost of other metal processes, with few design constraints. Binder jets have a large build area and produce parts at high speeds, making them an excellent choice for fast-turning parts in low to medium batches. The speed and economy of adhesive jetting make it ideal for industries that require high-strength parts, such as the industrial, automotive, consumer, and oil and gas industries.
Why choose Binder Jetting 3D printing technology?
Metal Binder jetting can create a complicated and highly detailed design in a very short amount of time.
The main benefits of metal binder jetting technology are the high customization possibilities and the fast production time.
With such a technology, you can create very complex shapes in a very short amount of time.
Don’t wait any longer to get your custom made 3D printed metal parts. Binder Jetting is the solution.
Metal 3D printing can be expensive, but the Binder Jetting technology is the most cost effective option.
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Depending on your requirements, binder jetting offers several advantages over traditional metal injection molding and other forms of 3D printing. The technology is especially good at speed and resolution.Get Free Quote
Binder Jetting Pros
Binder jetting is compatible with a wide range of powdered materials currently available. Because powdered metals and ceramics are sintered to full density in many other traditional manufacturing processes, proponents of binder jetting say it has the potential to surpass powder-bed fusion in applications and have the widest selection of materials of all AM processes. In theory, binder jetting can be used with any powdered material and complementary binding liquid. Currently, some of the most unusual materials include wood powder and sugar.
Most binder jet printing processes operate at room temperature and atmosphere, avoiding issues related to oxidation, residual stress, elemental segregation, and phase changes, making the powder around the parts in the build box highly recyclable, saving on material costs, researchers say.
By avoiding using expensive sealed chambers for vacuum or inerting, the build volume of binder jetting 3D printers is among the largest of all 3D printing technologies while maintaining the high resolution afforded by inkjet.
Batches of different parts are printed at once. This high-volume production capacity makes it ideal for companies that want to print many complex parts.
The need for support structures is eliminated or significantly reduced for any part geometry produced by binder jetting because the powder bed provides enough support, which means greater design freedom (especially in creating internal channels), less material waste, and less time and labor to remove supports, and more space to nest many parts in one build volume. However, some shapes may benefit from support in the sintering process.
Binder jetting is fast and has high production rates, so that it can produce large volumes of parts more cost-effectively than other AM methods.
Binder jetting can produce various densities with controlled porosity based on the sintering temperature and time, which leads to a wide range of uses.
Which applications are best suited to Binder Jetting 3D Printing?
The metal Binder Jetting process is the fastest and cheaper metal 3D printing technology. Thanks to the plating options, it perfectly fits prototyping needs, ornamental and decorative objects, or jewelry.
The Metal Binder Jetting manufacturing technique is particularly useful for creating unique metal parts with a good surface finish. Since Metal Binder Jetting has average mechanical properties, it is more suited to decorative objects and jewelry than technical parts. Nevertheless, for Stainless Steel, the infiltration process adds strength and resistance to the material and makes it useful for many applications.