A serious amount of scientific research have been published on additive manufacturing for ceramics with 3DCeram SLA technology. As we know 3D printing offers so many opportunities for developments. It has became a flourishing field for research topics. Our purpose here is to give you the opportunity to read scientifics articles regarding 3d printing, stereolithography, technical ceramics and all kind of applications.
Building parts with an optimized design allows more efficiency in their applications, as it has been demonstrated a hundred time in the aeronautics field, where a printed part allows more compact assemblies with a better optimal integration targeting a significant reduction in the total mass.
| ||Research on zirconia and its behaviour|
The purpose here was to aknowledge that 3D printing with SLA technology will impact the structural anisotropy. Here samples have been made by varying the build direction of parts in zirconia, in order to evaluate the wear behavior and the composition in respect with the architecture of the part. All the combinations whatever the orientation, horizontal or vertical, showed equivalent wear coefficients and phase transformation.
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Fabrication and characterization of SiC whiskers toughened Al2O3
paste for stereolithography 3D printing applications
A study that demonstrates the development of a formulation that combines SIC with whiskers and
photosensitive organic compounds. A complex shaped part printed on C900 FLEX with these materials, SiCw/Al2O3, demonstrated high flexural strength, fracture toughness, hardness and relative density .
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