Topical meeting

Guided tours on the topic of additive manufacturing with ceramics
Wednesday, April 11, 2018 / 03:30 pm - meeting at Information Hall A5

Apr 11, 2018 – Apr 11, 2018, Messe München, Exhibition Center / Messe München, Messegelände

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Registration deadline:  April 05, 2018
Maximum number of participants: 50 persons (in the order of the registration)


Guided tour (Additive manufacturing)

Please note: Admission ticket ceramitec 2018 is not included

Wednesday, April 11, 2018
15:30 Uhr (03:30 pm) meeting at Information Hall A5


15:45 Uhr / Xerion Advanced Heating, A5.317
Since 20 years XERION is specialized in the development of high tech furnace systems for industry and research. Our core competence lies in the realization of electrically heated furnace systems in the high temperature range up to 3.000°C . At our booth you can see our new XGRAPHIT 3000


16:00 Uhr / Schunk Carbon Technology / A5.201/302
Schunk Carbon Technology takes additive manufacturing to a new level. With IntrinSiC® Schunk is opening new dimensions in 3D printing: larger size, outstanding quality, extreme complexity. This permits the manufacture of any monolithic component made of silicon-infiltrated, reaction-bonded silicon carbide (RBSiC) via 3D printing. Our high-performance materials and parts are extremely temperature-resistant, hard, and shatter-resistant and set standards in the widest diversity of applications: as components for burner systems, as kiln furniture, in ballistic protection or metallurgy. Experience our impressive portfolio of ceramic solutions at our booth.


16:15 Uhr / Lithoz, B6.240
Lithoz provides industry and research with additive manufacturing systems for the production of high-performance ceramics. The individual system components are perfectly synchronized and guarantee high-quality parts made of high-performance ceramics, directly produced from correlating CAD data. Moreover, Lithoz’ product portfolio includes various ceramic materials and software products optimized for 3D-printing as well as customer-specific solutions for complex challenges.


16:25 Uhr / admatec, B6.248
Admatec is dedicated to provide additive manufacturing solutions for high demanding applications and markets. With the revolutionary ADMAFLEX technology, we offer customers the ability to shape ceramics from single piece to large scale productions. The ADMAFLEX process delivers strong performing materials using patented 3D printing technology..


16:35 Uhr / Steinbach und Voxeljet, B6.250
With its product line “Form Ceram” Steinbach AG has specialised in an innovative manufacturing process of technical ceramics: LCM - Lithography-based Ceramic Manufacturing
This additive manufacturing method generates micro components for any application without post-processing or tooling costs. In addition, the new technology enables manufacturing of complex geometries, which was previously limited. Steinbach AG is a mid-sized partner of industry operating in global markets in North Rhine-Westphalia/Germany, with offices in Shanghai, Charlotte/USA, Taipei and Brisbane and more than 90 years of history. The new product line Form Ceram runs under the division Technical Ceramics.

Voxeljet is one of the world's leading manufacturers of large-format and fast 3D printing systems and operates service centers in Germany, India, China, the UK and the USA for the economical on-demand production of molds and models for industrial customers. The main applications are molds and cores for sand casting, plastic models for investment casting, as well as display models, functional prototypes and end-consumer parts for a wide range of industries.


16:50  Uhr / Xjet B6.337/440
XJet will showcase its unique additive manufacturing technology at ceramitec 2018. Developed by the experts who revolutionized additive manufacturing in plastics, its breakthrough NanoParticle Jetting technology represents a transformation in technical ceramics production. Using dispersion at the nano level to print ultrafine layers, the technology delivers superb accuracy and freedom of design for the most complex shapes.


17:05 Special Area Additive Manufacturing B6.235/338
With a presentation by Dr. Homa on " Key Drivers for Additive Manufacturing of Ceramics”

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