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Part Fabrication using Multi-Material 3D Powder Printing Technology

Design Multi-Material CAD Model

Complex parts are designed using multiple material components surrounded by a supporting powder that remains loose during all processing. No support structures or binders are required to maintain the shape of the part.

Copper Alumina Test Stator

Generate Toolpath

A multi-material sliced toolpath is generated using proprietary pathfinding software that automatically minimizes print time and optimizes the placement of multiple powders in the build. 

Multi-Material Toolpath

3D Print Multiple Powders

Grid Logic's patented multi-material printing technology selectively deposits multiple powders within the same layer to create a 3D powder structure within a build cartridge. Part-to-part qualification is achieved by measuring the mass of all powders during the printing process.

Multi-Material Powder Print

Consolidate Powders

Multi-material parts and components are fabricated using conventional bulk powder processing techniques used to manufacture metal and ceramic parts.

Multi-Material Part
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