새로운 프로그램을 위한 혁신적이며, 협업이 가능한 동기화된 프로그램 관리
항공 우주 및 방위
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자동차 및 운송
Integration of mechanical, software and electronic systems technologies for vehicle systems산업 자세히 보기
소비재 및 소매업
통합된 포뮬레이션, 패키징 및 제조 프로세스의 효율적인 관리를 통한 제품 혁신산업 자세히 보기
전자 기기 및 반도체
신제품 개발 시 데이터를 활용하여 품질과 수익성을 개선하고 시장 출시 기간을 단축하며 비용 절감산업 자세히 보기
에너지 및 공공 시설
Supply chain collaboration in design, construction, maintenance and retirement of mission-critical assets산업 자세히 보기
산업용 기계 및 중장비
Integration of manufacturing process planning with design and engineering for today’s machine complexity산업 자세히 보기
Insurance & Financial
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조선 및 해양
미래형 선박(future fleet) 개발 비용의 지속적인 절감을 위한 조선분야의 혁신산업 자세히 보기
Media & Telecommunications
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의료 기기 및 제약
시장 요구사항의 충족과 비용 절감을 위해 디지털화를 통한 "개인 맞춤형 제품 혁신"산업 살펴보기
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Siemens Digital Industries Software Binder Jetting
Binder Jetting is a category of additive manufacturing (AM) techniques that use inkjet-style printheads to selectively deposit a liquid bonding agent onto powdered material to form solid, 3D objects. Because the powder molecules are bound together by an adhesive chemical reaction instead of melting or sintering from applied thermal energy, binder jetting techniques are distinct from powder bed fusion techniques.
Inkjet printing is commonly known as a type of 2D printing that recreates an image by propelling droplets of ink onto paper. The binder jetting process works similarly, but uses liquid adhesive instead of ink and powdered substrate instead of paper. First, a thin layer of powder is spread flat over a build platform. Following the directions supplied by a CAD file, the printhead moves back and forth over the platform and selectively deposits droplets of bonding material to harden areas of powder. The build platform then changes height, another layer of powder is spread across the completed section, and the process is repeated layer by layer until the object is completely printed.
Binder jetting is a versatile AM process that is compatible with a wide range of adhesives and powdered materials. By adding dyes to the adhesive and using additional printheads, binder jetting is one of the few AM techniques that can print multicolored objects, making it ideal for aesthetic applications such as architectural mock-ups or decorative models. However, the resulting parts have little density and tend to be structurally weak – so binder jetting is typically not recommended for creating parts that need to bear loads or handle mechanical stress. On its own, binder jetting is a fast and inexpensive process. But, depending on the application, post processing of the printed parts can add significant time and costs to the overall process.
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