In binder jetting, DPI don't equal high quality,why?

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In binder jetting, DPI don't equal high quality,why?

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Understanding DPI in binder jetting.

One of the biggest misunderstandings in the field of binder jetting has to do with a seemingly simple indicator: dpi, or dots per inch.
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As the name suggests, DPI is an actual measurement that accurately represents how many ink droplets can be produced per inch of the printhead.

The assumption that higher DPI values are equivalent to higher final part accuracy and surface resolution is a common misconception in the field of 3D printing - and this view is almost as wrong as that in the field of polymer printing: thinner layers automatically equal higher quality. (this is not the case!) in both cases, there are a number of other considerations.

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