Binder Jetting

BJ is one the cheapest and fastest techniques to build highly precise metal parts.
It can print molds, prototypes and even very large structures using composites and a wide variety metals.

Manufacturing Advantages

  • Creates complex geometric structures with precision and accuracy
  • Relatively quick and affordable in comparison to other 3D printing processes

Common Applications

Widely used for sand molds and casts patterns.

Ideal for full color prototypes.

Excellent for high-volume and low-cost components.

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manufacturing partners have one or more BJ printer(s) available

How does the BJ printing process work?

Binder Jetting deposits a liquid binding agent into powdered particles, bonding each layer together to create the desired object

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different options of metal materials available to be printed with BJ

Material Selection

  • Silica Sand
  • 316 Stainless Steel
  • Silicone Carbide
  • Ceramic Beads
  • IN625
  • Chromite
  • Bronze
  • PA 12
  • VisiJet PXL
  • and more

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types of BJ printers are available to print your custom parts

BJ Printers

  • ProJet 4500
  • ExOne S-Max
  • Voxeljet VX200
  • VX500
  • Zcorp 650
  • and many more.

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