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Binder Jetting

In Binder Jetting, a binder is selectively deposited onto the powder bed, bonding these areas together to form a solid part one layer at a time. The materials commonly used in Binder Jetting are metals, sand, and ceramics that come in a granular, powder form.
Stainless Steel 316L
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Digital Light Processing [DLP]

Digital Light Processing (DLP) starts with a vat of liquid photopolymer or resin that is cured by a digital light source as it repeats this process to build parts layer by layer.
3172 Tough High Impact
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3843 Tough HDT80
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HP Multi Jet Fusion [MJF]

Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) begins with a thin layer of powdered material being deposited across the build platform. Droplets of fusing and detailing agents are applied along with thermal energy on top of the powdered material to define the part’s geometry.
HP 3D High Reusability PP®
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MJF Plastic PA12
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MJF Plastic PA12 Glass Beads
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Ultrasint® TPU 01
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Material Jetting

Material Jetting operates in a similar fashion to 2D printers. In material jetting, a printhead (similar to the printheads used for standard inkjet printing) dispenses droplets of a photosensitive material that solidifies under ultraviolet (UV) light, building a part layer-by-layer.
Full Color Mimaki
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Powder Bed Fusion

HP 3D High Reusability PP®
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Ultracur3D® RG 35
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Ultrasint® PA6 MF
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Selective Laser Sintering [SLS]

Selective laser sintering (SLS) uses a laser as the power source to sinter powdered material, aiming the laser automatically at points in space defined by a 3D model, binding the material together to create a solid structure.
Arnite® T AM1210 (P)
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Ultracur3D® RG 35
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Ultrasint® PA6 MF
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Thermoplastic Polyurethane

Ultrasint® TPU 01
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Vat Photopolymerization

3172 Tough High Impact
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3843 Tough HDT80
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3860 High Temp
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5015 Elastomeric Shore A 70
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