In the thread of this article and reading this forum,
I was thinking if the following is viable …
1_ Make a conglomerate of resin and metal powder that successfully prints the piece (at this point it does not matter much if it is functional or not).
2_Some the printed object at a temperature sufficient to remove any resin residue (for example, use a heat-degradable resin).
At this point, the heat of the object should have removed any trace of the photopolymer and increase the density of the remaining material according to a fusion of the metal particles?
Oposite the structure is decomposed (The resin degrades before the fusion of the metal or simply produces an unwanted reaction)