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04 August 2017

High Speed Sintering for 3D printing applications

High Speed Sintering (HSS) is a transformational inkjet-based 3D printing technology which is being further developed at Xaar by the original inventor, Prof. Neil Hopkinson. This 3D printing (also called Additive Manufacturing) technology involves depositing a fine layer of polymeric powder, after which inkjet printheads deposit a single IR (infrared) absorbing fluid directly onto the powder surface in the required cross-sectional pattern where sintering is desired.

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