A review on recent developments in binder jetting metal additive manufacturing: materials and process characteristics
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Binder Jetting Metal Additive Manufacturing (BJ-MAM), known also as metal 3D-printing, is a powder bed-based additive manufacturing technology. It consists of the deposition of liquid binder droplets to selectively join powder particles to enable the creation of near-net shaped parts, which subsequently are consolidated via sintering process. This technology is known for its capability to process a wide range of different materials and for its orientation towards large volume production series. Binder Jetting has recently been drawing the attention of both the research sphere as well as several industrial sectors. The present review study encompasses the various and most remarkable aspects of BJ-MAM part fabrication. The review covers the material selection and characterisation considerations, followed by the manufacturing process features and the parameter effect on different part properties. It concludes with an overview concerning the most recent case studies with regards to diverse ...