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New development of LCM technology: it can complete 3D printing of glass ceramics

3D printing world news/Austrian ceramic 3D printing manufacturer lithoz recently reached a cooperation with American multinational material company Corning. Lithoz's proprietary lithography based ceramic manufacturing (LCM) technology is used for the first time in cor, which can easily change speed and torque through control. Ning's glass-ceramic materials. This new attempt provides a new possible material for lithoz's ceramic 3D printing range, and thus opens up a new application field for tough and biocompatible superconductors

ceramic glass combines the best properties of ceramics and glass, and is easy to manufacture. Compared with ordinary glass, it has excellent mechanical toughness, high resistance to radiation and chemical damage, and piezoelectric and electro-optic effects. Glass ceramics originated in the 1950s and are commercially used to make the shells of radar antennas, dental implants, electric stoves and other hot kitchenware

Corning company is a ceramic material manufacturer that also puts forward new topics for automotive non-metallic materials. At present, it provides Machinable Macor, RF transparent pyroceram? Glass code9606, and corningglass ceramic

lithoz LCM technology was developed at the University of science and technology of Vienna in 2006 and has the characteristics of wide measurement range, high precision and fast response. It uses UV curable materials dispersed with ceramic particles to work. After layer by layer polymerization, the green body is taken out of the 3D printer for post-treatment, and then sintered to form solid ceramic parts

both parties adopt the same process for Corning Glass Ceramic 3D printing parts. Lithoz mixed the slurry made of Corning powder with lithium resin, 3D printed it, sintered it, and then annealed it. The company said, "the results meet the requirements of Corning Glass ceramic sheets with complex performance specifications and high resolution", in which the sintering density is 2.69 – 2.7 g/cm?, The biaxial bending strength is 152 – 172 MPa relative to the traditional industrial range, and the thermal conductivity (at 25 ° C) is 2.25 w/m · K

lcm technology is currently applied to four commercial printers in lithoz, including the latest cerafab system S65 released by lithoz

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