How it Works

Holo’s patented additive manufacturing technology is based on a flexible polymer binder platform compatible with a wide variety of proven materials, including copper and other metals, technical ceramics and composites. Holo’s proprietary 3D photolithographic process exposes eight million voxels at a time to build geometries that are chemically processed and sintered to produce high-purity finished 3D printed parts.
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Technology Advantages

Material Flexibility

Our manufacturing process is compatible with a wide spectrum of proven low-cost, high volume Metal Injection Molding (MIM) powders and technical ceramics. The binder chemistry supports a wide range of materials and results in highly dense final 3D printed parts. Holo excels with copper and other materials, which are traditionally problematic with laser-based approaches.
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Minimal Waste

Holo delivers significantly better material utilization than other approaches. 99% of material is fully utilized in production without additional recycling steps, resulting in improved cost efficiency and a reduced environmental impact.

Production Scalability

Holo’s patented additive manufacturing technology is designed with high volume production in mind. High-definition photolithography ensures high accuracy and layer-to-layer repeatability. Standard MIM processes and equipment are utilized to produce finished parts. Compact material handling with low waste streamlines the process and avoids additional material recovery steps.
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