1. 3D printing
  2. Processes
  3. Binder Jetting

Binder Jetting
3D printing

Binder Jetting is most commonly used for full-color parts, low-cost metal printing, and large sand casting molds.

Benefits and Limitations

Low-cost metal parts
Full-color printing
Can produce very large parts

Dimensional accuracy not as good as DMLS / SLM
Mechanical properties not as good as DMLS / SLM

Characteristics

Price $$$$$ Tolerance ± 0.2 - 0.3 mm
Turnaround time < 5 days Wall thickness 2.0 mm
Max part size 180 x 100 x 60 cm Layer height 50 - 400 μm

Binder Jetting Stainless steel Materials

High tensile strength, temperature and corrosion resistance.

Stainless steel 316 (sintered)

Stainless steel (Binder Jetting) is sintered and is a cost-effective way of producing metal parts with good mechanical properties.

Properties
Material family

Stainless steel 316 (bronze filled)

Stainless steel (Binder Jetting) is infiltrated with 40% bronze and is a cost-effective way of producing metal parts with good mechanical properties.

Properties
Material family