This digital part materialization process is fast, flexible and highly accurate. BinderJet uses a print head to distribute binder into beds of specially prepared and formulated materials. Following printing, the green part is sintered to make a hardened part, which is approximately 60% dense. A secondary process brings the parts to a fully dense state by infiltrating the green part with an epoxy or infiltrant. The infiltration process enables the creation of an infinite number of alloy combinations. The build volume for the MFlex machine is 400 x 250 x 250 mm.

rp+m has multiple Industrial and Academic Material Development partnerships. We are always open to create new relationships in order to further enhance the BinderJet process and materials technology.



  • Stainless Steel
    • Copper Infiltrated





  • Silicon Carbide
  • Silica
  • Inconel 625



"The BinderJet process has the capabilities to print any material in powder form.  Our proprietary process to print thin walls and unique designs has helped many clients in the medical industry."

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