The aerospace industry is constantly seeking to optimise the performance of its equipment, and ceramic 3D printing is able to push those boundaries with its resistant and exceptional physicochemical properties. Ceramic products often suffer from the limits of traditional manufacturing processes, but ceramic 3D printing technology such as 3DCeram Sinto CERAMAKER and XJET’s Carmel AM system can change that.
By using the most advanced optimisation tools for the optimisation of topology and means of calculating mechanical and thermal structure, ceramic 3D printing will produce parts with optimal performance. This reduces the risk of failure of the project as well as optimising development time.
Ceramic 3D printing can optimise the parts’ structure, weight, thermal performance by increasing cooling capabilities, and enhance mechanical performance.