3DCeram unveils its new industrial ceramic C1000 FLEXMATIC 3D printer

3DCeram has launched its C1000 FLEXMATIC machine, a brand new ceramic 3D printing system. 

Within the 3DCeram vary of 3D printers devoted to ceramics, the brand new C1000 FLEXMATIC system from the corporate is designed to satisfy the economic challenges of large-scale manufacturing.

The C1000 is designed to combine the SMART Ceramic Manufacturing facility, 3DCerams “manufacturing unit of the long run”. The machine has the property that can enable ceramic components to be printed in a semi-automated line. With 15 years of expertise and a vary of printers, 3DCeram have been in a position to determine drivers for optimisation to make sure automation all through the method.

The brand new machine incorporates a detachable tank that permits for semi-automated post-processing of printed components, that means steady manufacturing for big sequence. 

Different options embody a deal with the printing pace, automation capability for the recycling part of the uncured materials, in addition to the cleansing part of the components and trays. Saving time is a spotlight of this machine, that may print components with little to no help.

Since 2015, 3DCeram has transitioned from being a components producer to a course of supplier. In 2019 the corporate expanded its portfolio with the C3600 ULTIMATE, a 100% industrial machine with a 600 x 600 x 300 mm construct platform.

This method allowed for industrial challenges of German firm Alumina Programs to be met. It was in a position to tackle initiatives that have been placed on the shelf beforehand attributable to a scarcity of appropriate instruments.

3DCeram has now developed its distribution community everywhere in the world, however has additionally elevated the abilities of its distributors by coaching them to put in the printers on the finish clients’ workshops, giving them a community of distributors worldwide.

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