B-jetting unveils two new 3D binder-jet development platforms
B-jetting, a specialized 3D binder-jet company, released two new entry-level printers: The Educator and The Researcher. Both printers provide a customer-friendly, turnkey, binder-jet system.
Dan Brunermer and James Gill of B-jetting developed The Educator platform to fill a void in the market for a small, affordable, binder-jet system backed by decades of industry experience and customer support. The Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) Conference in Chicago has been chosen for its awaited debut.
The Educator can be used as either an entry-level introduction to binder jetting or as a sophisticated development tool to test out new materials or improve process development. The Educator system starts at $100k, including a fully functional binder-jet system with a 60mm box, curing oven, and powder recycling system.
The Researcher has the same functionality as The Educator but comes with additional modularity. Some of the options include an inert chamber, glove box, drop watcher, or the capacity to choose printheads.
B-jetting is a 3D binder-jet consultancy with a global list of blue-chip customers.
The collaborative partnership that makes up B-jetting began with the combination of decades of 3D development experience. Founders Dan Brunermer and James Gill saw a need in the market for a small affordable binder-jet system tailored to meet customers’ needs.
These modular printers are 100% designed, built, and serviced in the US.