With this articles and publications section, we aim to regularly share our knowledge, insights and news on binder jetting and its potential uses across various industries.
For those unfamiliar with binder jetting: this 3D printing technique uses a liquid binder to bind powder particles together. This technology enables the creation of solid objects with a precision of up to 20 µ per layer. This process differs from other 3D printing techniques, such as fused deposition modeling (FDM) or stereolithography (SLA), which use melted materials to create objects layer by layer. Binder jetting can be used with various materials and allows the printing of complex geometries. At CONCR3DE, we specialize in printing (technical) ceramics, stone and minerals, foundry and refractory sands, metals, and bio-based or even upcycling waste-stream powders, like sawdust, ashes or dust.
This section of our website will explore the various applications of binder jetting, from material development and testing to full production runs. We will also discuss why binder jetting is more advantageous than traditional manufacturing in certain business cases and how it compares to other 3D printing technologies.
If you are interested in additive manufacturing, specifically binder jetting, this section is for you. Stay tuned for our upcoming publications, where we will dive deeper into the world of binder jetting and its many possibilities.
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