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How to evaluate Powder Bed 3D printing processes

Watch as TriMech SAF Product Specialist, Tyler Shamas, outlines the differences between Powder Bed 3D printing processes including Selective Absorption Fusion (SAF), Multi-jet fusion (MJF), and Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) powder bed fusion 3D printing:

Powder Bed 3D printing processes

Powder bed fusion 3D printing has become an asset to the 3D printing industry. Not only has it brought 3D printing to more of a production process, but it enables engineers to design with minimal limitations.

Selective Absorption Fusion (SAF), Multi-jet fusion (MJF), and Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) all have their advantages and disadvantages. However, it is important to understand these technological differences in order to optimize your decision when choosing the process that best suits your manufacturing needs.

Covered in this on-demand webinar:

Topics covered include an intro to each process, their differences, material options (plastic) and instances that make the most sense for each process.

  • The differences of Selective Absorption Fusion (SAF), Multi-jet fusion (MJF), and Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) powder bed 3D printers
  • Unidirectional vs Bi-directional 3D printing
  • Powder bed fusion material options (plastic)
  • Successful use cases proving Powder bed fusion 3D printing