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Bound Metal Deposition (BMD)

How does BMD 3D Printing work?

Bound Metal Deposition (BMD) is an innovative 3D printing technology that utilizes metal powders mixed with a polymer binder to create complex metal parts. The process involves heating and extruding a bound metal rod, depositing layers of the metal-polymer mixture onto a build platform, and then removing the polymer binder through debinding and sintering. BMD offers design freedom, cost-effectiveness, and the ability to produce intricate geometries, although it may have slightly lower mechanical properties compared to traditional metal manufacturing processes. 


Nonetheless, BMD holds promise in industries such as automotive, aerospace, and medical, where lightweight and customized metal components are in high demand.


Bound Metal Deposition Capabilities

Maximum Part Size Tolerances Layer Height Standard Lead Time
Print Size
Recommended size: 150 x 150 x 150mm (6 x 6 x 6in)
± 0.25% with a lower limit: ± 0.25 mm (0.01 in)
From 20 business days

SLS 3D Printing Material Selection


Industrial FDM Materials

Print My Parts leverages Stratasys 3D Production systems to provide High Quality Parts for parts that need robust mechanical properties.

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Desktop FDM Materials

A quick and affordable way to prototype and validate your designs. Wide variety of materials with many different properties.

Pros and Cons of Choosing SLS


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SLS Quality Standards

Print My Parts 

Type of Feature Recommended Minimum
Unsupported Overhang Angle
60 Degrees
Minimum Hole Diameter
2.5mm (0.0984in)
Minimum Wall Size
1.0mm (0.0393in)
Minimum Feature size (text, etc)
2.5mm (0.0984in)

Designing for SLS

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