Ceramic 3D printing filaments is one of many options when it comes to 3D printing ceramic materials. It is also possible to 3D print resins which contain ceramic particles. Typically FDM would use a filament to build parts layer by layer, whereas SLA utilising a laser or Digital Processing (DLP) is used to build part from resin.
- Good mechanical strength
- High hardness
- Resistance to thermal shock
- Very resistance to wear
- Good electrical insulation
- Resistant to corrosion; liquids, gas and abrasion
- Get the material properties of ceramic here.
There are many applications suitable for Ceramic 3D printing filaments. Firstly, typical applications include, aerospace, aviation, investment casting, electronic, optical, medical and luxury markets. Secondly and most controversially, ceramic materials should replace many parts made of metal. Certainly, we believe it is likely these applications would benefit from the material properties of technical ceramics. In short, if you would like to discuss a project where the material properties of ceramic could help please get in touch.
3D Matters has extensively searched the market for the best fully functional and proven capable technologies in this area. It is for this reason that we are proud to work with the leading manufacturers of Additive Manufacturing equipment and as a result partner with 3D Ceram and Nanoe.
In conclusion, we specialise in the design, printing and post processing of head wearing materials including ceramic and metals. Could the materials properties of ceramic be an advantage to your next project?
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