Binder jetting - description of the process

Binder jetting, also referred to as “Drop on Powder” (DOP), builds up a plastic component in layers in a powder bed. In contrast to laser-based technologies such as selective laser sintering, a binder is used to join the powder particles, which adheres the contours of the component on the same layer and across all the layers to one another. The components obtain their final hardness in the subsequent tempering process.

Benefits of binder jetting

  • High level of detail
  • Low mechanical strength
  • Good post-processing capability

Machine capacities

1 x Voxeljet VX800
Envelope: 850 x 450 x 500 mm

1 x Voxeljet VX500
Envelope: 500 x 400 x 300 mm


Materials for binder jetting

  • PMMA (polymethylmethacrylate) white
  • Amcelain (ceramic powder)

Post-processing options

  • Finishing
  • Painting
  • Infiltrating
  • Metal coating


Applications for binder jetting

  • Ideal for large prototypes and design models
  • Production of ceramic objects for design applications
Applications for binder jetting

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