Binder jetting is an AM process that uses an industrial printhead to selectively deposit a liquid binding agent onto a thin layer of powder particles — either metal, sand, ceramics or composites — to build high-value and one-of-a-kind parts and tooling. It is a rising star in AM, thanks to its speed and accuracy, though also its potential for high volume production. In the case of metal 3D printing, it is considered to be a good choice for scaling up additive manufacturing thanks to its cost-effectiveness compared to many other metal methods. Furthermore, the applications for the technology are vast as are compatible materials, with even more being rapidly developed. But what are these applications? And what exactly are the latest material trends?
To answer these questions and more about metal binder jetting, join 3Dnatives, ExOne, and the Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Technology and Advanced Materials (Fraunhofer IFAM) for the webinar “How Are Materials and Applications Driving Innovation in Metal Binder Jetting Technology,” taking place on October 14th at 4PM CEST (10AM EDT). Attendees will learn all about this AM process, from powders and design for binder jetting all the way through the final sintering process. You will be able to get insights into different material applications and the metal adoption process as well as get a glimpse of where the manufacturing revolution is heading with 3D printed materials. Register for free below!