Ceramics Additive Manufacturing, a Mature Technology Adapted to Industrial Production


 
Christophe Chaput
3DCeram-Sinto, Limoges, France
(2 pages)

https://doi.org/10.29272/cmt.2019.0003

Abstract

3D printing is the iconic technology of the fourth industrial revolution, characterized by a merger of diverse technologies that is blurring the boundaries between physics, digital technology and biology. Previously associated with prototyping only, additive manufacturing has won acclaim by adapting to a wide variety of materials and industrializing its processes. But what about the most technically challenging materials such as ceramics? Technical ceramics take benefit of this new technology also: 3D printing enables new innovative development in various market field, the production of Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFC) being the most meaningful use case.
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