Lithoz will demonstrate mass production via ceramic 3D printing

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To Formnext 2022, Lithoz will present the answer to cost-effective mass production of 3D printed ceramics. Visitors will be able to see, touch and feel the smooth, crack-free industrial parts exposed to the Lithoz grandstandthat were created through the plug-and-play scalability of the CeraFab S65 ceramic 3D printer – a printer that opened the industry to the world of complex, high-performance 3D printed ceramics.

With its unique technology, the CeraFab S65 takes productivity to the highest possible levels and enables unparalleled precision in additively manufactured ceramic parts – for which Lithoz offers a wide range of materials for almost any application.

Lithoz CeraFab S65

During a live demonstration, Lithoz will present the compact entry-level model of the CeraFab S65 – the CeraFab Lab L30 – which has enabled easier access to the field than ever before.

The company’s first Laser-Induced Slipcasting (LIS) technology Formnext, used in the CeraMax Vario V900 printer, will give visitors the opportunity to engage with large, fully dense, thick-walled 3D printed ceramic parts . This new LIS technology is even capable of processing dark ceramic materials, making it a valuable new addition for any innovator.

At Formnext 2022, Lithoz will showcase the company's answer to cost-effective mass production of 3D printed ceramics.
The Lithoz stand at Formnext 2021

Lithoz will also showcase the company’s cutting-edge developments in ceramic additive manufacturing for medical and dental applications. One of these developments, for which Formnext will serve as a platform for the world premiere, is the new medical material LithaBone HA 480 – which Lithoz will present as revolutionary, patient-specific bone replacement implants made from bioresorbable ceramics.

Finally, visitors will also be able to see the company’s 3D printed dental restorations, made from lithium disilicate. Visitors will be able to see firsthand the exceptional aesthetic proximity of these pieces to real teeth, and what makes them one of the next major innovations in dentistry.