Metal 3D Printing

Your partner for an affordable option to printed parts with increased complexity in volume production. That's the power of new Binder Jetting technology.

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The Future of Metal 3D Printing

We are your metallurgical solutions partner for volume production of complex parts in metal Binder Jetting. We are equipped with the most advanced binder jetting systems and a fleet of metallurgy equipment so you can print and process more efficiently.

Complex Geometries

Printing components with increased complexity, like internal features, undercuts and channels.

Volume Production

Binder Jetting fits for a broad range of part sizes, especially those typically made through investment casting - with better properties and surface finish without the tooling.

AM Infrastructure

Making volume production in metal 3D printing possible with in-house equipment to support every step of the process.

What is Metal Binder Jetting?

The fastest method for 3D printing in volume production


An industrial printhead selectively deposits a liquid binding agent onto a thin layer of metal powder particles to build high-value and one-of-a-kind parts and tooling. The process is repeated layer by layer, using a map from a digital design file, until the object is complete. Metal materials are cured and sintered after printing to achieve densities greater than 97%, in line with metal injection molding (MIM) and better than investment castings.

Here's what you get with metal binder jetting:
  • Quick print speeds for volume production output
  • Parts with internal geometries
  • Freedom for complex designs
  • Larger sized components for production
  • No required initial tooling or retooling

Our Technology Portfolio

Metal Binder Jet 3D Printers

Our partnership with The ExOne Company unlocks complex part designs for volume production in metal binder jetting.

Innovent Pro 3L

  • Install slated for first half of 2022 in our Technology Center for material and application development
  • Build area of 220 x 125 x 100 mm (8.7 x 4.9 x 3.9 in))
  • Material and application development in our Technology Center

X1 160Pro

  • Install slated for early 2022 to our production floor for volume production
  • Build area of 800 x 500 x 400 mm (31.5 x 19.7 x 15.8 in)
  • Volume production through our fully automated cell with continuous sintering
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In-House Metallurgy Processes

Our facility is stacked with high temperature powder metallurgy processing needed to make high volume Binder Jetting possible.

We have the world's largest installed capacity of high temperature sintering furnaces - a core process step needed for metal Binder Jetting. 

With over 40 years of metallurgy experience, we bring an infrastructure of processes and equipment to support volume production of additive manufacturing from pre to post production. 

From surface finish to machining, 3D printed metal parts with complex geometries can be designed, printed and shipped all in one place:                      At SSI Sintered Specialties.

Metal Binder Jetting: Design Features

Reduced Support Structures

Binder Jetting minimizes the support structures needed by using the powder bed itself to support the part while printing. Sinter support structures can also be printed at the same time - separate from the part - to reduce the need for support structure removal after printing and sintering.

Part Accuracy

To ensure part accuracy, we have the ability to manage shrinkage during sintering. Also, post-sintering secondary operations can support qualifying key dimensions and addressing surface finish requirements.


Binder Jetting supports light-weighting not only by controlling the fill ratio through lattice structures, but also by providing a porous initial structure that can be sintered to maintain the porous structure, infiltrated to create a composite structure, or sintered to high density.

Printing Speed

Binder Jetting print speeds are much faster than competing additive processes, opening the door for the possibility of higher volumes and more cost-competitive finished parts.

Geometric Freedom

Because of the process's capabilities to support parts through sintering and control distortion, Binder Jetting allows for design freedom to create undercuts, complex internal channels, lattices, sharp edges and corners, surface textures, and fine features.

No Tooling

With the ability for iterative design changes in a single build, Binder Jetting eliminates the need for expensive upfront tooling costs and retooling - significantly reducing lead times.

Internal Geometries

Binder Jetting excels at producing parts with internal geometries as the powder acts as the support structure to the internal cavities and is easy to remove as long as there is some open passageway to the surface.

Thinner Wall Thickness

Thinner wall thicknesses aid in the removal of the binder prior to sintering, and more uniform wall thicknesses minimize the potential for distortion and cracking during sintering.

Let's Reinvent What's Possible Together

Powder metallurgy. Metal injection molding. Metal 3D printing. A technology portfolio to support your product. 


Part images courtesy of The ExOne Company.