Desktop Metal®’s 40-page guide is the most authoritative introduction to date on metal binder jetting — the most promising ASTM-recognized 3D printing technology for the mass production of metal parts and products. It contains a comprehensive overview of high-speed 3D printing of metals without a laser. In binder jetting, an inkjet printhead — similar to those used in a paper printer — applies a liquid binder to powdered metal one layer at a time to create a desired object. Similar to parts created with Metal Injection Molding (MIM), the printed object is sintered to high density in a furnace.
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