Fine Powder 3D Printing With Metal and Ceramic 14679Fine Powder 3D Printing With Metal and Ceramic
October 21, 2016
Industrial 3D printer maker ExOne, known for its binder jetting technology, has introduced fine powder printing capability for its Innovent printer, designed for R&D teams and education labs. These printers can now print with industry-standard metal and ceramic powders of less than 10 microns.
"Previously, we could reliably print larger powders that had a minimum grain size of 25 microns," Bob Wood, ExOne's director of direct materials business development, told Design News. "The new Innovent upgrade allows our customers to use more commercially available powders and achieve better density, surface finish, and smaller feature sizes.
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