PX100's Metal Binder Jetting technology empowers manufacturers to become industry leaders by unlocking previously un-makeable parts.
Eliminate 3rd party supplier risks and costs by insourcing critical production runs. Trade dependence for control.
Build large quantities of discrete or customized parts with no complex tools and minimal material waste.
PX100 has been built to deliver an optimal combination of speed and precision. At its heart is a printhead incorporating an extraordinary 70,400 print nozzles that eject 2 pL droplets at 15.5 kHz. With the level of detail that the PX100 delivers, you can create metal objects with complex geometrical structures, intricate internal detailing, and integrated that are impractical – or even impossible – to produce with traditional methods. It is a technological advance industrial metal 3D printer that ensures high-quality, high-volume production in countless applications.
Metal binder jetting (MBJ) is the most versatile and economical method for 3D printing. Working from a CAD file, the PX100 uses metal powder to build batches of objects in the print box. The objects are built up with layers of powder and liquid binding agents. The excess metal powder is then removed, leaving behind the set of objects on the bed. The last step is sintering, which densifies the printed components into solid, ready-to-use pieces of metal.
It is a titanium alloy that combines high strength, hardness, and ductility with high corrosion resistance. It is also biocompatible and 45% lighter compared to conventional steel.
It is austenitic stainless steel based on the AISI 316L standard. Its composition ensures high corrosion resistance and excellent strength at moderately elevated temperatures.
It is a chromium-nickel-copper precipitation-hardening martensitic stainless steel. Combining high strength and wear resistance with corrosion resistance and weldability makes for a very versatile material.
It is an alloy based on D2 tool steel that provides an effective combination of abrasive wear resistance and toughness. It is most commonly used for cutting and deformation tools.
This is a hot work tool steel, exhibiting a combination of properties such as thermal fatigue resistance, hardenability, wear resistance, and toughness, making H13 a very versatile alloy.
This is a low alloyed medium carbon level steel that has high strength and hardenability, good toughness, and small deformation during quenching.
It is a nickel-based superalloy with excellent corrosion resistance, good weldability, and high strength and toughness - without heat treatments.
It is a nickel-based superalloy commonly used in high-temperature environments, as well as cryogenic applications. The material exhibits high strength and corrosion resistance at elevated temperatures.
It is a nickel-based superalloy. The material has an innate resistance to oxidation and exhibits excellent high-temperature strength and creep resistance when processed properly.
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