Ceramics Additive Manufacturing

Few materials in the world of manufacturing offer as wide a range of applications as ceramics. When it comes to ceramics additive manufacturing, the wide range of different additive manufacturing processes further expands the range of applications and materials. New technologies are emerging every day, focusing on the latest advancements in both ceramic material science and AM process science.

Ceramics Additive Manufacturing Today

Researchers have been studying additive manufacturing of ceramic materials for close to two decades (almost as long as AM exists). While they have shown great promise from the very beginning,  the first real, practical and commercial applications of ceramics AM began to emerge only recently.

In this Industry Focus on Ceramics Additive Manufacturing, you will find the latest news on ceramic AM hardware, as well as in-depth information on all the technologies enabling 3D printing of technical and traditional ceramic materials.

  • Lithoz presents production-ready CeraFab S65 system with 4 integrated build units

    Lithoz, the Austrian leader in 3D printed ceramics, is not a company known for its aggressive marketing and communication efforts. Its high-level LCM ceramics photopolymerization AM technology is making huge steps forward, however, we don’t often hear about it. That’s, well, because the company does not tell many people about…

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  • 5G network ceramic antennas

    Overcoming 5G network hurdles with 3D printed ceramic antennas

    The University of Delaware (UDEL) recently installed XJet’s Carmel 1400 additive manufacturing system, which it will use to 3D print ceramic antenna technology—called Passive Beam Steering—to unlock 5G network applications and more. Within the still niche market of ceramic 3D printers, XJet’s NanoParticle Jetting (NPJ) technology is leading in applications.…

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  • Marvel Medtech Xjet Carmel 1400

    Marvel Medtech installs XJet Carmel 1400 for breast cancer prevention system

    Israeli additive manufacturing XJet Ltd. has announced the sale of an XJet Carmel 1400 3D printer to Marvel Medtech, a North American startup specializing in preventative breast cancer treatments. The NanoParticle Jetting 3D printer will be used by the startup to print a ceramic cryotherapy probe for Marvel Medtech’s innovative…

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  • 3D printer hardware releases

    Tethon 3D’s Bison 1000 DLP ceramic 3D printer is here

    Ever since it first emerged as a pioneer in ceramic 3D printing, Omaha-based Tethon 3D stood out a unique company with an impressive ability to innovate in the field of ceramic AM. Over the years we’ve followed the company’s evolution and we’ve had the opportunity to speak with co-founder Karen Linder on…

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  • Lithoz ADAPT

    Ceramic AM company Lithoz joins ADAPT consortium

    The Alliance for the Development of Additive Processing Technologies (ADAPT), an industry-academia consortium that advances data informatics and advanced characterization technologies to Optimize for Additive, welcomes new member Lithoz, the world leader in development and production of ceramic materials and additive manufacturing systems. Lithoz connected with ADAPT (not to be…

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  • UTEP ceramics Emerging Objects

    UTEP exhibits 170 3D printed ceramic pieces in Emerging Objects collab

    A new art exhibition at the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP)’s Rubin Center, Sections: New Cities Future Ruins, explores and reflects on the different elements of the U.S.’s Western Sun Belt’s environment. Representing the category of earth are a series of 170 3D printed ceramic objects, each made…

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  • FIT closes Boston Ceramics

    FIT AG has closed Boston Ceramics and is moving its Boston-based 3D printing production capability to their Lupburg facility in Germany. Boston Ceramics was founded by Andrew Jeffrey. After FIT’s acquisition in 2017, Jeffrey had remained as president. Further strengthening its activities in the US, FIT America had established a…

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  • Kwambio Ceramo Zero Max

    Kwambio introduces desktop-sized Ceramo Zero Max 3D printer

    New York-based ceramic 3D printing company Kwambio has unveiled a new binder jetting 3D printer for ceramics. The new machine, to be presented at CES 2019, is the Ceramo Zero Max, a smaller, desktop-friendly version of its original CERAMO ONE 3D printer. Based on the company’s patent pending binder jetting…

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  • XJET Russian AB Universal

    XJET announces Russian distributor for Carmel AM systems

    Israeli metal and ceramic 3D printing company XJet has announced that Russian company AB Universal has signed on as its latest distribution partner. The distribution agreement, penned at Formnext 2018, will see AB Universal market and sell XJet’s Carmel AM systems in Russia. Within Russia, AB Universal is a recognized…

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  • Clemson University scientists develop multi-ceramic, direct 3D printing method

    Cars that go more than 1,000 miles on a single fill-up and smartphones that can run for days without recharging are among the possibilities that could come out of a new Clemson University research project that brings together 3D printing and laser processing. Jianhua “Joshua” Tong and his team are working…

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