Zetamix, Nanoe’s brand for industrial 3D printing filaments, joined forces with Cerinnov Group, an expert in ceramic manufacturing, to launch a collection of porcelain products such as filaments, glazes, and ovens.

With the goal of exploring new possibilities in porcelain artistry, both partners rely on 3D printing of porcelain to produce low quantity series. One of their first customers, Limoges Porcelain manufacturer JL Coquet benefit from this collaboration “for highly demanding customers requiring complex and personalized tableware.”

3D printing of porcelain requires the development of a specific filament by Zetamix. Guillaume de Calan, CEO of Zetamix, shared his enthusiasm for this venture, stating, “Motivated by our desire to bridge the gap between art, tableware, design and technology, we have developed the Porcelain filament. This innovation makes ceramic 3D printing even more simple and affordable than before, especially since it allows usage of much more simple furnaces, and the use of on the shelf glazes.

We feel this new line product will be particularly attractive to porcelain manufacturers, designers, artists, and also porcelain amateurs who already owns 3D printers and can start 3D printing porcelain parts today!”

The partnership with Cerinnov Group brings on top of filaments and printers already offered by Zetamix a full line of 8 adapted glazes which allows for coloring, smoothing and waterproofing of these porcelain parts, and a dedicated furnace which boast a big sintering capacity of 50L, a press release says.

Arnaud Hory, CEO of the Cerinnov Group, declares that “the new partnership with Zetamix makes it possible to bring to the market a complete and unique 3D printing solution, affordable for both new ceramic manufacturers and experienced ones.”

Zetamix will be selling these products through its usual reseller network, while Cerinnov will carry these products to its already significant customer base in ceramic and glass industries.

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