The Binder Jetting process in the form of additive manufacturing opens up new possibilities to bring products to market faster. In addition, the process enables the material properties of the product or component to be influenced variably in all three dimensions. This can be the partial change of the mechanical strength, elasticity, material density in the product. For example, to optimize the ergonomics, weight and center of gravity of a product to a previously unattainable extent. Thus, conventional standard components such as buckles, shoe soles, orthopedic insoles and much more can be produced without special tools. With high future potential.

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