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The Ultimate Answer for Developing 3D-Printed Multi-Material Components

Thursday, November 05, 2020

The newest breakthrough of Lithoz/AT, the CeraFab Multi 2M30, makes the idea of 3D-printing multi-material components with complex geometries a reality.

With this machine, it is possible to combine not only ceramics, but also metals and polymers, facilitating gradual alterations to the composition and organization of materials within a component. The open system allows for the development of own materials and you can now manufacture multi-functional components, unachievable using conventional forming technologies.

www.lithoz.com/en/our-products/3D-printers#CeraFab%20Multi