Additive manufacturing is a method to produce geometrically complex components from CAD data in a short time without the use of tools.

Advantages compared to conventional manufacturing processes are shorter development times, greater design freedom, and the saving of resources.

The range of materials and additive processes has increased enormously in recent years.
In the following we would like to introduce two of these processes to you in more detail.

Binder Jetting

Binder Jetting

In this process, layers of ceramic powder are placed in the installation space of the 3D printer with the aid of a rotating roller.

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Materialextrusion

Materialextrusion

In this process, a highly viscous mass is selectively applied to a building platform with a 3D extruder.

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