3DEO Inc., a Los Angeles-based metal 3D-printing technology company, hosts the two winning teams of Carrot Group’s Mission: Impact Challenge – Connected Community challenge on their VIP Innovation Tour. The six students got to meet the team and learn more about the company’s technology.
Gardena, CA: 3DEO Inc., a Los Angeles-based metal 3D printing technology company, hosts the two winning teams of Carrot Group’s Mission: Impact Challenge – Connected Community challenge on their VIP Innovation Tour. The six students got to meet the team and learn more about 3DEO’s disruptive technology.
Binder Jetting is a category of metal additive manufacturing (AM) that utilizes liquid binder, metal powder, and sintering to print high-resolution parts. Sintered parts can have limits on size, density or geometry but despite this, Binder Jetting has garnered a lot of attention due to its potential advantages in scalability and production cost. This post provides an overview of Binder Jetting, digs deeper into its advantages and disadvantages, and highlights applications for which it is best suited.
Companies that have commercialized or announced their development of Binder Jetting technology are highlighted in the chart below. ExOne and Digital Metal are shipping commercial Binder Jetting systems (ExOne has by far the most systems in the field) and also offer printed parts as a service, as does 3DEO. Desktop Metal, HP, Stratasys, GE, and 3DEO are not yet shipping a commercially available Binder Jetting printer.
The Metal Powder Industries Federation and the Association for Metal Additive Manufacturing honors 3DEO as a small company winner in the 2018 Safety Awards Program. 3DEO is proud to achieve such an astounding award and will continue to improve and innovate our process to be the best in the industry.
Sculpteo recently released their annual survey report, The State of 3D Printing: 2019, which revealed insight on the main uses, challenges, and predictions for the industry. The survey asked industry insiders about a variety of topics related to 3D printing. Perhaps the most important question was tucked into the middle of the survey: What are the top challenges for using 3D printers?
Every month, 3DEO hosts a monthly webinar sharing industry knowledge on all things metal additive manufacturing. Whether you are just getting started with 3D printing or are an expert, learn more about 3DEO from our webinar series.
If you missed Marty's webinar, you can access the recording here: From Powder to Product: Quality in Additive Manufacturing.
In case you missed 3DEO's second LIVE webinar, you can watch it or forward it to your colleagues with this link: The True Economics of Metal AM: What You Need To Know To Succeed