Top 5 Videos: All You Need to Know About Binder Jetting 3D Printing in 3 Minutes

Binder Jetting 3D Printing

It is Sunday so that means, beyond looking forward to a new week, it’s time for the top 5 videos of the week! Let’s start it off with a video from our very own Elliot who takes you through all you need to know about binder jetting 3D printing in under 3 minutes. Next we look at the video of Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula One Team, which shows how F1 teams can use additive manufacturing to speed up their car’s development. You can then see how the 3D-printed airless basketball was produced before you learn more about 3D printers and mass customization. Finally, we take a look at the world’s smallest printer which is barely bigger than a match. Happy Sunday!

Top 1: Binder Jetting 3D printing explained in under 3 minutes

Starting off the week, watch 3Dnatives’ latest 3D Explained video where this time we tell you everything you need to know about binder jetting. Binder jetting, one of the most versatile 3D printing technologies, can print with many different materials in power-form, making it very useful for a wide variety of purposes. 3D Explained videos, as always, are intended to provide basic knowledge about each 3D printing technique. This makes it easy and fun for viewers, while also allowing them to learn quickly and in a dynamic way. Learn not only the basics of binder jetting, but also its advantages and disadvantages.

Top 2: Rapid Prototyping with F1

3D printing is a vital part of the automotive industry, as well as motorsports like Formula One. It’s not hard to see. This video shows the Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula One Team taking us behind the scenes at their rapid prototyping department. It is evident that 3D printing is critical to the success of their tests, especially in the creation parts for wind tunnels. While 3D printing has become more popular for end-use parts of the technology, rapid prototyping is still an important application of the technology. Watch the video to learn more about Mercedes-AMG’s printers.

Top 3: The First 3D Printed Airless Basketball

We have seen 3D printing combined with sports often work in a winning partnership. Another successful project is now available. The first 3D-printed basketball was created and presented in a NBA match this week. This ball is not only exceptional because it was made with additive manfuactuuring, but because it is also airless. Its material and lattices reproduce the bounce of traditional basketballs without having to be inflated. This video shows you how the ball was made.

Top 4: 3D printing and mass customization

This video is from Formlabs, a leading 3D printer manufacturer with photopolymerization as well as SLS solutions. It explains how 3D printing can be used for mass customization. While additive manufacturing offers the ability to personalize goods, it can sometimes be hard to see how production can scale up. Formlabs shows how 3D printing can be used in mass customization. They also give tips for users on how to do it in various sectors such as consumer products, prosthetics, and dental appliances.

Top 5: The World’s Smallest 3D Printer

Although you have heard of micro-printing, what about micro 3D Printers? My N Mi from YouTube shows us in the next video what he claims to be the world’s smallest 3D printer. This machine uses photopolymerization, and it can be carried in your palm. It can produce parts despite being small in size.

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