GE Additive has released more details of its Binder Jet Line and the Series 3 printer. With production deliveries expected to begin in H2 2023, the release of the system follows a four-year phase of customer discovery, collaboration and testing to ensure the system is ready and relevant for modern, high-volume, serial production environments. The Binder Jet Line Series 3 can additively manufacture complex, small and large parts. GE’s Binder Jet technology has regularly proven the ability to successfully print and sinter large parts which meet dimensional and feature resolution tolerances for production.
The cost-efficiency benefits include: Less spent on raw materials by recycling unused powder; Open space for new applications and innovation; Utilization of the entire build box; Ability to introduce new innovative parts.
GE’s Binder Jet Line offers high overall equipment effectiveness, automation readiness, predictive distortion and compensation, and material properties that meet and exceed industry standards.
The Binder Jet Line can be installed and operated without hazard zoning required and has been designed for minimal operator contact with the system and metal powders.