Our binder solution and follow-on products offer a profound expansion of casting and 3D printing capabilities.

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Binder Solution

Binding industrial powders is the crucial step in additive manufacturing methods. With groundbreaking research results, AM Extrusion has set out to bring innovative products to the market, especially for Fused Filament Fabrication or Fused Decomposition Modeling.

Our Xcomp binder solution fits into the entire field of additive manufacturing. The binder is highly adaptable to almost all industrial metal and ceramic powders. Thus, manufacturing processes such as Metal Injection Molding (MIM), gel casting or binder jetting are included in the scope of our innovation.

For a complete overview of our current product portfolio, please refer to our company brochure.


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Starting with Experience

Filaments for the Future of Fusion

Rapid and precise Data-to-Component Prototyping

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We Are Innovating Industrial Filaments

AM Extrusion develops innovative metal and ceramic filaments for 3D printing. Exceptional enrichment rates, low shrinkage and convenient handling open up new avenues in fused filament manufacturing technology.

The high level of safety compared to other methods of additive manufacturing offers an efficient path to greater flexibility in the design and manufacture of industrial components, tools and other workpieces, right through to medical products.

With a focus on multi-material fusion, AM Extrusion's research and development is aimed at FFF products that stretch out to the future of additive manufacturing. By using metal and ceramic FFF, you have the opportunity to expand your 3D printing capabilities: to be part of this future, to succeed.

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  • printing hollow structures
  • simultaneous processing of different materials
  • any materials in various powder sizes and forms
  • low shrinkage

  • sustainable use due to 100% material yield
  • little post-processing required
  • low investment costs for printing technology
  • low effort for handling (training, maintenance, safety)

  • no health hazards during application
  • no explosion and ignition risks during printing
  • low requirements for safety engineering and measures