DSB Technologies, a manufacturer of Powder Metallurgy components headquartered in Janesville, Wisconsin, USA, has announced the launch of its metal Binder Jetting (BJT) prototyping service. Through this service, customers will be able to leverage the speed and cost efficiency of metal Additive Manufacturing to iterate designs more efficiently than conventional metalworking processes.
“DSB views this prototyping program as an important stride to educating the marketplace on the capabilities of the metal binder jet technology and helping grow product application opportunities,” stated Paul Hauck, DSB Technologies Chief Operating Officer. “We are broadening access to DSB’s experienced and knowledgeable 3D printing design and process engineers for customers seeking to prototype and iterate their metal part designs.”
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Customers can now design and produce metal Binder Jetting prototypes in two weeks or less for part sizes up to 15 cm3 from 17-4 PH stainless steel. Prototypes of up to 5 cm3 part size are available in four weeks or less in 316L stainless steel, M2 tool steel, and 4140 steel.
DSB Technologies has been established for over forty years and offers a wide range of metal powder-based services including press and sinter PM, Metal Injection Moulding (MIM) and metal Binder Jetting. The company has extensive high temperature sintering capacity combined with its parts-making experience, and has said it remains committed to industrialising the metal Binder Jetting process for serial production as it adds this prototyping capability to its portfolio.
DSB Technologies has posted a guide to the design advantages of metal Binder Jetting on its website.