Category Archives: ceramic

VormVrij LUTUM 4 clay 3D printer technical specifications and pricing

Dutch clay 3D printer manufacturer VormVrij has released the LUTUM 4 series of 3D printers. Fourth generation machines, LUTUM 4s comes with a number of upgrades and under-the-hood improvements, including an ability to 3D print pottery up to 80 cm tall. Speed test on a LUTUM V4 3D printer. Clip via Yao van den Heerik on YouTube […]

StoneFlower Ceramic 3D Printer Kit

This is a guestpost written by Anatoly Berezkin, co-founder of StoneFlower While some early adopters explore in-house 3d printing with different materials, such as chocolate, clay, or silicone, most enthusiasts of additive manufacturing mainly use FDM printing with thermoplastics. Printing of pastes and viscous liquids is still challenging, and much less affordable. Munich startup StoneFlower is […]

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Kwambio Introduces New High Precision Ceramic Printer

New York-based company Kwambio are set to unveil a new high precision ceramic printer. Unlike the other handful of ceramic printers, the Ceramo One uses binder jetting to create objects. The company claims that this new approach allows the printer to achieve both speed and accuracy that many of its competitors lack. Kwambio has not […]

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XJet officially launches NanoParticle Jetting additive manufacturing systems

XJet, a provider of ceramic and metal 3D printing solutions based in Rehovot, Israel, has officially launched its “breakthrough” Carmel 1400 and the Carmel 700 Additive Manufacturing (AM) systems. Both systems are powered by XJet’s trademark NanoParticle Jetting (NPJ) technology, and coincide with the delivery of the firm’s first ever machine to an off-site customer. Hanan […]

Ceramic 3D printing steps forward to end animal testing

A ceramic device for disease diagnosis and drug testing has been 3D printed by a team of scientists in Madrid and Vienna. According to the researchers, the chip is “one of the most remarkable examples” of its kind. It opens up the potential of ceramic materials for use in organ-on-a-chip testing devices that can be […]

Ceramic 3D printing steps forward to end animal testing

A ceramic device for disease diagnosis and drug testing has been 3D printed by a team of scientists in Madrid and Vienna. According to the researchers, the chip is “one of the most remarkable examples” of its kind. It opens up the potential of ceramic materials for use in organ-on-a-chip testing devices that can be […]

Making a Ceramics 3D Printer With Taekyeom Lee

3D printed ceramics are relatively less popular in 3D printing, compared to plastic and metals. With DIY open source 3D printing however, artists and makers are able to build their own 3D printer based on RepRap principals. Taekyeom Lee, Assistant Professor of Graphic Design at Appalachian State University, has built his own ceramics 3D printer […]

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3D Printed Ceramic: the next big thing?

By Hermes Bozec

While everyone was celebrating New Year’s Eve, on the 1st of January 2016 a team of researchers at HRL Laboratories had other reasons to be joyful. They were just finalizing their process to 3D Print Ceramic. For more than 60 years, HRL’s scientists and engineers have been on the leading edge of technology, conducting pioneering […]

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