ceramic 3d printing

3D Printing Ceramics: Quality Assurance Needs in Serial Production

Raether and J. Vogt discuss potential compliance issues as ceramic manufacturing becomes more widespread, detailing their findings in the recently published ‘From Prototyping to Serial Production – 3D-Printing in Ceramic…

Sintratec: Hybrid Materials Laboratory Case Study Focuses on Porous Ceramic Structures

“We will benefit more and more from the possibilities of additive technologies,”           –  Professor Alberto Ortona Sintratec has just released a case study featuring The Hybrid…

3D Printing News Briefs: November 20, 2019

We’re starting out with some formnext news in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, as the show is currently taking place in Frankfurt this week. SCANLAB is introducing a new scan…

3D Printing News Briefs: October 10, 2019

We’re talking about events and business today in 3D Printing News Briefs. In November, Cincinnati Inc. is presenting at FABTECH, and Additive Manufacturing Technologies and XJet are heading off to…

Admatec Releases Industrial Monitoring System for Ceramic & Metal 3D Printing

Dutch company Admatec has just announced the release of a monitoring system for advanced industrial ceramic and metal additive manufacturing, offering a bevy of features that should catch the attention of…

Researchers 3D Print Ceramics Without Time-Consuming and Complex Sintering Phase

In a paper entitled “3D printing dielectric ceramic without a sintering stage,” a group of researchers describes how they created dielectric ceramic parts through 3D printing, while circumventing the usually…

A New 3D Printing Process CODE: 3D Printed Ceramics with Functionally Graded Materials

Several different methods have been developed for the 3D printing of ceramic materials, and one of those is CODE, or Ceramic On-Demand Extrusion, a recently developed extrusion-based process for the…

3D Printing Composite Ceramics with FDM and Sintering

Additive manufacturing has rapidly become more advanced than it used to be, moving far beyond the days when components could only be 3D printed out of a single plastic or…

Tethon 3D and University of Nebraska to Develop First Ceramic and Metal DLP 3D Printer

SLA and DLP 3D printing are, for the most part, polymer 3D printing technologies. That doesn’t mean that they can’t be used with metal and ceramics, however. Omaha, Nebraska-based company Tethon…

3D Printed Ceramic Implants Have the Potential to Restore Missing Bone

Patients with missing bone due to injury or disease have a couple of different options for bone grafts to replace it – autografts, which come from the patient’s own body,…

Olivier van Herpt: The 3D Printed Blue and White Collection in Porcelain

One of the greatest things about reporting on the world of 3D printing is learning about its more unusual uses. It’s obvious that 3D printing is changing the way many…

China Uses DLP Technology to 3D Print Ceramics in Microgravity

Two years ago, China made big news when it tested a 3D printer in zero gravity. The country’s work in microgravity 3D printing has been progressing since then, and today…

Washington State Researchers Simplify Multi Material 3D Printing

Multimaterial 3D printing has become slightly more common recently, but it’s still complicated and difficult, especially in industrial 3D printing. Single material 3D printing is still much more common, but…

Formlabs Releases Ceramic Resin, Nervous System 3D Prints Beautiful Jewelry with It

Compared to other materials like plastic and metal, ceramics are still relatively new to 3D printing. Like any new material, they started out by being pricey and tricky to 3D…

Functionally Graded Materials Are Key to Fast, Effective Multi-Material 3D Printing

A buzzword in the 3D printing industry lately has been “multi-material.” Desktop 3D printers have been released that are capable of printing with more than one material in one build,…

Google India Brings 3D Printing and Traditional Art Together with Future Relics

“What object would you like archaeologists 1,000 years from now to remember our present day culture by?” That was the question asked by Google India of visitors to their first…

OMNI3D and Kwambio Introduce New Specialized 3D Printing Materials

Polish company OMNI3D is known for its giant 3D printer, the Factory 2.0, which became available for purchase about a year and a half ago. What’s less talked-about, though, is that the…

Munich’s StoneFlower Introduces Ceramic 3D Printing KIT

Options for 3D printing enthusiasts have expanded significantly just in the past few years. No longer relegated just to fabricating smaller objects in plastic, users from a wide range of…

Johnson Matthey and voxeljet Collaborate to Develop Ceramic Binder Jet 3D Printing

Chemical company Johnson Matthey has been pursuing additive manufacturing for several years, like many other companies in the chemical industry. Unlike many of its peers, however, Johnson Matthey hasn’t been focusing…

Nano Dimension to Develop 3D Printed Ceramic Components for Space, Raises $4.8M in Private Placement Agreements

This winter, not long after Nano Dimension brought its innovative DragonFly 2020 3D printer to CES 2017, the company surprised everyone when it announced that it would be moving into a brand new…

3D Printing at Easter: Here Comes Peter Cottontail, Hopping Down the… 3D Printed Trail

The other day, we heard about Belgium-based La Miam Factory, and its 3D printed chocolate Easter confections, and beer bottles, and Easter has been on my brain ever since. There are…

RIT Students Build and Program Their First Ceramics 3D Printer in Only Three Hours

I envy current college students, to be honest. When I was in college, 3D printing had existed for a couple of decades, but most people I knew hadn’t heard of it….

3D Printing: The Stories We Missed This Week – March 11, 2017

In this week’s edition of “Stories We Missed,” we’ve got the latest 3D printing news from the medical sector, an artistic Kickstarter campaign, and more. Stratasys is 3D printing pediatric heart…

University of Surrey Replicates Butterfly Wing Structures Using 3D Printed Ceramics

Just about everyone loves butterflies, I think, even people who hate insects in general. It’s hard not to be amazed by their beauty and the incredible variety of colors they…