In ceramic printing, which is based on the principle of binder jetting, a liquid binder is sprayed from a print head, similar to an inkjet printer, in layers along the component contours onto a ceramic powder, causing the individual particles to stick together. The material used is Amcelain, a special ceramic powder developed for this technology. After manufacturing, the green compacts are fired for the first time. A coating is then applied to prevent the glaze from penetrating, and the components are fired a second time. Finally, the components are glazed by hand, with a wide variety of colors available, before being fired in the kiln for the last time.
|Application:||Facades and Products|
|Goal:||With Ceramic 3D Printing, we aim to produce individual components with high precision and complex geometries. The components should be heat-resistant and waterproof, provided they are fully glazed. We are aiming to fabricate large-scale elements for outside applications soon.|