Ceramic 3D printing is suitable for use in many industrial processes and fields such as chemistry, telecommunications, and electronics due to its exceptional properties, ability to adapt to production constraints and produce designed parts quickly.
Replacing Traditional Processes
Parts can be produced now without the need for a mold, resulting in a faster, more streamlined, and convenient development process. Ceramic 3D printing technology makes it possible to produce not just prototypes but functional parts as well with chemical and mechanical properties identical to those obtained through traditional processes.
Exceptional Material Properties
Ceramics have a wide variety of interesting mechanical, magnetic, thermal, chemical, and electrical properties which translates to high strength, high dimensional stability, good insulating properties, low density, high resistance to abrasion and corrosion, along with exceptional chemical stability.
As such, it can be used in applications in high stress and harsh environments.