Binder Jetting: Material Science in Additive Manufacturing

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The Additive Manufacturing technology Binder Jetting is very similar to Powder Bed Fusion. Although there are many similarities of the two processes, the material properties that can be achieved are very different. Learn about the process principle and applications of Binder Jetting!

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Wilo: Better Performance with Fiber-Reinforced 3D Printed Components

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Wilo SE is a worldwide manufacturer of pumps and pump systems for building services, the entire water management chain and industry. It comes as no surprise that Wilo is working with cutting-edge technologies such as Additive Manufacturing. Learn how they use the NETZSCH DSC 214 Polyma to understand the thermal behavior of new material choices.

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Material Jetting: Material Science in Additive Manufacturing

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This week, we move back from thermoplastics to UV-curing resins, which are deposited in a different way. Together with binder jetting, material jetting is the only Additive Manufacturing process that can print in color. We introduce the process principle and look at benefits and applications of Material Jetting.

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Variations of Powder Bed Fusion: Material Science in Additive Manufacturing

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Powder Bed Fusion (PBF) is one of the oldest Additive Manufacturing technologies invented in the 80s. However, its suitability for end-use parts and its constant innovations are driving this technology further ahead. This week we look at two important variations of Powder Bed Fusion.

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