Ceramic 3D printing company 3DCeram is betting on automated solutions to deliver the most user-friendly experience with its SLA 3D printing systems. The company unveils at Formnext a software solution that aims to simplify the manufacturing process with its 3D printers.
Named CPS 2.0 which stands for Ceramaker Printing Software, the software solution was developed in alignment with the ‘From Lab to Fab’ philosophy. It provides two different levels of usage to accommodate different needs: C-PRINT and C-PERFORM.
Designed for those who would like to streamline production, the CPrint feature enables to go from design to print in just a few clicks and allows for customization capabilities that enable the engineer to create their own recipe for 3D printing. All printing parameters are readily loaded into the machine, based on the chosen ceramic material by 3DMix, ensuring immediate use.
Created for those who would like to enhance their print strategy, the CPerform feature helps to ensure precision and flexibility in every print. This means that engineers can customize printing parameters upfront and develop printing strategies based on the requirements of specific applications.
While we are used to seeing 3DCeram focus its communication on automated production lines that aim to scale industrial ceramic 3D printing, this release is a great reminder that industrializing 3D printing of technical ceramics goes beyond hardware to encompass every single step of the production chain.
The CPS 2.0 software solution is just one capability among many others we discover today. There is definitely more and it will take more than one conversation with 3DCeram to highlight every single asset they have in their portfolio.
In the meantime, visitors at Formnext could join the company in Hall 11.1, Stand C33, where they will discover the CPS 2.0 software solution along with the C1000 Flexmatic.
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