Ceramic 3D printing company Lithoz will help ceramic 3D printing users reach a new level in serial production with two new products: the “Ceramic 3D Factory” network and the CeraControl software.

Building upon the growing demand for ceramic 3D printing at an industrial scale across industries, with the Ceramic 3D Factory, Lithoz ambitions to gather its technology and contract manufacturers all over the world in one global network for interconnected serial production.

If you’re a regular reader of 3D ADEPT Media, the announcement will probably make you think of the Japanese technology network the Austrian company created for 3D-printed high-performance ceramics.

While we expect more insights into the new software, we can already tell that visitors at Ceramitec 2024, could grab first insights into these announcements at the Lithoz booth (A6.334) and benefit from a live experience of the entry-level CeraFab Lab L30 at the Almatis booth (A5.203).

Almatis provides high-quality 99.8% thermally reactive alumina powder for aerospace, healthcare, and engineering applications for over a decade.

After the overwhelming interest in 3D-printed healthcare applications in recent years, fascinating bioresorbable ceramic implants made of hydroxy apatite will be on show as an exclusive ‘touch and feel’ opportunity, as well as multi-material medical parts combining various bioresorbable ceramic materials, the company says.

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