Ceramics

  • At Formnext 2022, Lithoz will present the company's answer to the profitable mass production of 3D printed ceramics.

    At Formnext 2022, Lithoz will present the answer to the profitable mass production of 3D printed ceramics. Visitors will be able to see, touch, and feel the smooth and crack-free industrial parts, on display at the Lithoz stand, which have been created thanks to the plug-and-play scalability of the CeraFab…

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  • Luyten 3D launches the Platypus X12 concrete printer. Believed to be the world's largest mobile AI-powered concrete 3D printer.

    Australian 3D printing building and construction company, Luyten 3D, has launched what is believed to be the world’s largest mobile AI-powered concrete 3D printer for the building and construction industry. The Platypus X12 printer has already received multiple orders from construction firms around the world. “It is the most sophisticated…

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  • The Royal Netherlands Navy and Nanoe explore the potential of using a Zetamix system to produce metal and ceramic parts on site.

    Nanoe is partnering with the Royal Netherlands Navy to explore the possibilities of equipping LPD Ships with Zetamix systems – to enable the production of metal and ceramic parts on site. Founded by three engineers in 2008, Nanoe is a French company that specializes in the elaboration and production of…

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  • Lithoz reports most successful first-half in the company's history - already receiving more than two-thirds of planned order intake for 2022.

    Lithoz GmbH, a world market and innovation leader in ceramic 3D printing, has had its strongest first-half ever, in terms of order intake. By the end of the second quarter, the company had already reached two-thirds of its full-year order intake target. In view of these strong first two quarters,…

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  • State of Montana becomes the first US state to give broad regulatory approval for 3DCP, specifically for 3D printed walls - given to Apis Cor

    Building code regulators at the US state level in Montana have made history as the first to approve 3D printed walls as an equal replacement for walls made with concrete masonry units (CMUs), or a standard cored concrete block. The approval was granted to Tim Stark, a contractor based in…

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  • First 3D concrete printing course opens in Ireland. Run by Louth and Meath Education Training Board (LMETB).

    Education chiefs in Ireland, where the use of 3D concrete printing is currently limited, are hoping a new training course in 3D concrete printing will help contribute to addressing the need to build more affordable homes, at a quicker pace. The course is the first of its kind in the…

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  • 3D printed microreactor developed by Bosch. Together with KIT and BASF, using technical ceramics to house chemical reactions.

    Bosch, together with the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and the chemicals company BASF, has successfully produced the first-ever 3D printed microreactor made using technical ceramics. Microreactors are devices for housing chemical reactions, and in terms of heat, stability, and corrosion, few materials can withstand the extreme conditions caused by…

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  • The history and evolution of Nano Dimension Ltd. (Nasdaq: NNDM), has been incredible. The company built an empire based on the promise of its unique technology for directly 3D printing electronic components. After investing significant capital in R&D, the company’s senior management and strategy changed almost completely with the arrival…

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  • Ceramic SLA market leader 3DCeram Sinto has become the majority shareholder of Berlin-based start-up Tiwari Scientific Instruments, which becomes 3DCeram Sinto Tiwari as of today. Tiwari Scientific Instrument was created in 2019 within the ESA (European Space Agency) ecosystem, and masters all the steps of FFF (Fused Filament Fabrication) 3D…

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  • Power2Build finishes largest 3D printed building in Africa. Using D.fab concrete solution from COBOD International and CEMEX.

    Power2build has finished its largest 3D printed building with a COBOD BOD2 construction printer, using the D.fab concrete solution from COBOD International and CEMEX, in Angola. The company intends to transform the housing market and is a pioneer aiming to solve the challenge of affordable housing in Angola, with 3D…

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