Truly Comprehensive Solutions To Produce Ceramic Parts With 3D printing (3D Printing Europe 2017)

Mr Richard Gaignon, President
3DCeram
France
 

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プレゼンテーション概要

3D printing lets users push back production limits. Ceramics are no exception to the rule, but until now, the use of this material was reserved to ceramics experts. To open up this technology to a wider spread of professionals 3DCeram is sharing its maker experience to propose truly comprehensive solutions, depending both on users' expertise and the type of production they need.
Thanks to its large platform and high resolution, CERAMAKER 3D printer is particularly suited to series production. High quality parts, made of 3DMix ceramic pastes developed by 3DCeram, get the same properties as those produced via traditional processes.
The company also offers a cleaning booth and furnaces to deliver a turnkey production line to its customers. Assistance and support service will ensure they acquire the necessary know-how to produce parts independently.

講演者の経歴 (Richard Gaignon)

Richard Gaignon, 3DCeram CEO, graduated from ENSCI French school of ceramic engineer and from HEC MBA.

会社紹介 (3DCeram)

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Since more than 10 years, 3DCeram pioneered the application of 3D printing of ceramics. This year, 3DCeram launched a new ceramic 3D printer with a native resolution of 35 µm which will complete its innovative offer:
• Turn key 3D printing ceramic Lines including Ceramaker printers and all associated services (hotline, training, commissioning).
• Ceramic 3Dmix dedicated to the CERAMAKER printer Alumina, Zirconia, or Hydroxyapathite and on demand formulation: development of your 3Dmix based on YOUR ceramic.
• On-demand 3D printing production. High quality parts, made of 3DMix ceramic pastes developed by 3DCeram, get the same properties as those produced via traditional processes.
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