3D ceramic printing
From industry to medicine and beyond. With Lithoz 3D printers and premium materials, previously unimaginable projects become real.
How does it work?
Lithoz's LCM technology makes it possible to produce even the most complex geometries and miniaturized structures, enabling designs that are unattainable with conventional ceramic processes.
The powerful LCM process developed by Lithoz has already enabled the production of many innovative applications that meet or exceed the mechanical performance and reproducibility of ceramic components produced by conventional methods.
LIS technology is applicable where conventional ceramic processes are time and cost intensive. Expensive tooling, long waiting times and time-consuming sampling are eliminated.
The 3D printer continues to spread the material layer by layer.
The laser precisely melts the desired shape in each layer.
The 3D printed part grows layer by layer.
Advantages of printing on ceramics
Pevnost a kvalita
Strength and quality of the printed part
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