HSS combines the process of binder jetting with the materials of SLS printing.

This cutting-edge technology uses an inkjet head to print a heat-absorbent ink across the powder bed surface in the areas that are to be sintered to create parts. This ink then absorbs the heat from a series of heaters inside the printer to form 3D-printed parts. 

In the case of HSS and MJF, PA12 is a popular material due to its low moisture absorption and good dimensional stability.

HSS/MJF Materials

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