Lithoz Launches Entry-Level Ceramic 3D Printer
Edited by AM Staff
Lithoz CeraFab Lab L30
Lithoz’s CeraFab Lab L30 is an entry-level ceramic 3D printer which facilitates the production of high-performance ceramics with quality that meets or surpasses that of conventionally manufactured components. The machine was developed for those new to ceramic 3D printing and is well suited for shop floors, research purposes and small-series production.
The CeraFab L30 enables more companies to adopt 3D printing as a manufacturing technique. It has been engineered to be a starting point for ceramic 3D printing, as well as a solution for fine-tuning 3D-printed parts and designs.
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The printer is said to be a compact, affordable system suitable for academia and researchers as well as material and application developers. It enables the cost-effective manufacture of ceramic prototypes and small-scale series. The open system technology offered by the CeraFab Lab gives businesses the opportunity to use well-known, high-quality technology to realize their ideas and develop their own materials.
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