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RICHARD GAIGNON on France Bleu , talks about the ambitions of 3DCeram which moves into its new premises but also about the 3D printing of technical ceramics, to listen...

https://www.francebleu.fr/emissions/nouvelle-eco/limousin

Built-It, a versatile tool to prepare the files for 3D Printing

It is an integrated plug-in, developed by 3DCeram, to edit your STL file and make the CAD file preparation much easier. Built-It is an integrated tool in option Let’s review the time-saving functions… Build-It is user-friendly plug-in for you to keep focused on the final part design and save time on the requirements of the printing process. It is an intuitive interface which allows any operator to set the design […]

Aerospace, a collaboration between Anywaves and 3DCeram

Anywaves has designed an innovative concept of ceramic antenna for space application. In this context 3DCeram proposes the 3D-AIM service to help anywaves to consider all the process opportunities. The press reports : https://www.tctmagazine.com/additive-manufacturing-3d-printing-news/anywaves-designs-new-satellite-antenna-with-3dceram-ceramic-/ https://www.3d-grenzenlos.de/magazin/3d-objekte/prototyp-bandantenne-gnss-l1-e-mit-3d-drucker-hergestellt-27649103/

Additive Manufacturing is Innovative by Nature

3DCeram Sinto is a French-tech based in Limoges with 15 years of experience in 3D printing of complex ceramic parts with a broad spectrum of products and services and its ownproduct line of 3D printers. Interceram spoke to Nicolas Rousselet, Aerospace BusinessManager, and Kareen Malsallez, Marketing Manager, about a new service tailored to the needs of customers in the aerospace industry. Read the article

Additive Manufacturing of ceramics cores

Foundry cores are an essential part of the production of turbine blades for aviation, aero derivative and land based gas turbines. The internal cooling structure of the turbine blade facilitates a reduction in the substrate temperature, creating opportunities to lower fuel consumption, improve turbine efficiency and decrease engine emissions. The need for complex core design has increased dramatically with customers’ demands for smaller, more efficient and cost-effective engines running at higher […]

First steps in Additive manufacturing

What is possible with 3D printing technical ceramics? this is the question the magazine Interceram asked us.Here our answers – read more

The strategic cleaning step on the new C100 EASY

The strategic cleaning step on the new C100 EASY by @3dceram, watch the video starring a part of 50 ml high, the slurry runs out in few seconds. No support so no cut or tooling. Thanks to SLA technology and the fluid formula of #ceramics developed by 3DMix

Optimizing Optical Instruments with Additive Manufacturing

In the last decade, the optical instrumentation for space and unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) platforms has been optimized in order to reduce the mass and volume of the equipment. In order to meet this specific goal, it was critical to develop new innovative systems taking advantage of new manufacturing methods.

Additive Manufacturing of Ceramics for Biomedical Applications

Ceramics are a key component of the biomaterials market, a growing market due to the many properties (biodegradable, bio-inert, antibacterial effect, etc.) making ceramic materials essential technology in the medical sector. Applied to the biomedical market, 3D printing allows the realization of bone substitutes, custom ceramic implants and surgical tools.Read more on biomedical applications

The development mix continues…

3Dceram continues to develop technical ceramic formulas to fit its range of 3D printers. Now the Si3n4 is available for the C100 EASY printer. On process, our research department works also underway to develop the SIC (Silicon Carbide). For the review, it’s here

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