The use of inorganic binder systems in the foundry industry is characterized by sustainability, energy and resource efficiency as well as improved working and environmental conditions.
Our Inorganic Direct Binding (IOB) process, combines the Binder Jetting 3D printing process with inorganic binders and allows the potential of inorganic chemistry to be utilized to an even greater extent. Filigree structures and high productivity are the result.
Use of environmentally friendly materials. Only water vapour is produced during casting.
Unprinted sand can recycled and fed back into the process line.
- Cost saving:
Complex filter systems for air purification are not required.
3D printing systems running on inorganic materials offer a significantly higher output quantity than comparable systems from the voxeljet portfolio.
|Medium Grain Size||150 µm|
|Applications||Thin-walled casting cores|
|Build space||up to 1.000 x 600 x 200 mm|
|Binder type||waterglass-based binder|
|Layer height||280 (standard)|
|Accuracy||± 0,4 % (min. ± 1,5 * layer thickness)|
|Loss on ignition||residual moisture < 0,3 %|
|Resolution x, y||300 dpi|
See here how the foundry Wolfensberger uses our technology for the production of complex casting cores: