Binder jetting additive manufacturing is an emerging technology with a wide range of commercial materials that can be processed, including metals and ceramics (316 SS, 420 SS, Inconel 625, Iron, Silica). In this project, aluminum oxide (Al2O3) precursor powder was used for part fabrication. Various build parameters (e.g. layer thickness, saturation, particle size) were modified and different sintering profiles were investigated to achieve nearly fully dense parts. The materials were characterized to analyze microstructure and physical properties post-fabrication and a camera was installed to evaluate the process during fabrication. An in situ monitoring setup was developed aimed for part qualification that can be applied toward any material system processed using binder jetting technology. The results presented here demonstrate potential methods for integrated metrology and part quality monitoring aimed toward part qualification.