Additive Manufacturing Conference - High Volume Metal Additive Manufacturing by Continuous De-Bind and Sintering of Binder Jetted Products

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Originally Aired - Wednesday, September 14 10:15 AM - 10:45 AM Central

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Location: McCormick Place, West Building, Skyline Ballroom A, Level 3 (Room W375A)


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Title: Additive Manufacturing Conference - High Volume Metal Additive Manufacturing by Continuous De-Bind and Sintering of Binder Jetted Products

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Additive Manufacturing is becoming accepted as a viable production technique for metal components. The expansion of the types of materials and volumes of parts in a print cycle that can be printed is moving the process to a new level of consideration in industries that require large volumes of parts. Binder jet printing has been identified as one of the key technologies in this advancement; however, the ability to de-bind and sinter these components is equally important to the growth of the metal additive market. Here we will review the continuous sintering process, economics, quality, and the influence that the materials being printed plays in selecting the appropriate sintering technology. 

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Type: Additive Manufacturing Conference


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