Lithoz installs 3D printer at Colorado School of Mines, marking new membership with ADAPT consortium

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Austrian ceramic 3D printing specialist Lithoz has joined the Alliance for the Development of Additive Processing Technologies (ADAPT), an industry-academia consortium dedicated to solving challenges in additive manufacturing. Through the partnership, Lithoz also installed its CeraFab 7500 ceramic 3D printer at the Colorado School of Mines, where the ADAPT consortium is headquartered.

ADAPT Consortium Welcomes New Member Lithoz

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Lithoz assists with ceramic printer install at Colorado School of Mines. Golden, CO – The Alliance for the Development of Additive Processing Technologies ( ADAPT SM ), an industry-academia consortium that advances data informatics and advanced characterization technologies to Optimize for Additive SM , welcomes new member Lithoz , the world leader in development and production of ceramic materials and additive manufacturing (AM) systems. About Lithoz.

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Sciaky Inc. joins ADAPT to develop metal 3D printing

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has joined the Alliance for the Development of Additive Processing Technologies (ADAPT), a Colorado-based industry-academia consortium. Aerospace ADAPT airbus America Makes Ball Aerospace Boeing Colorado School of Mines Concurrent Technologies Corporation EBAM EBAM 300 electron beam additive manufacturing EOS North America FAMAero GE Additive Lithoz Lockheed Martin Office of Naval Research Phillips Service Industries Sciaky Inc.

New Ceramic 3D Printing Method Able to Withstand over 2,500°F

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Throughout the brief and ever-shifting history of ceramic-based 3D printing, many of the field’s innovators have found success with printing in ceramic material by using a FDM-like process, which works by building up the design layer by layer. By Tyler Koslow.

3D-Printed Wonder Ceramics Are Flawless And Super-Strong

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“The problem is that ceramics are just notoriously difficult to process,” says Zak Eckel, an engineer at HRL Laboratories in Malibu, California. “You’re left with a virtually flawless ceramic.”