Ceramic 3D printing
Ceramic 3D printing is a term used to describe any process in which ceramic materials are printed into 3D shapes (via extrusion, photopolymerization, binder jetting, or powder sintering) before being fired in a high-temperature kiln.
Printing technologies and post-processing steps can vary greatly, and applications range from decorative sculptures to calcium phosphate medical implants.
Featured ceramic 3D printer
|Technology||Resin > DLP|
|Build volume||76 × 43 × 170 mm2.99 × 1.69 × 6.69 in|