Ceramic Additive Manufacturing Methods Applied to Sintered Glass Components with Novel Properties



ISSN online 2612-4882
ISSN print 2612-4408
 
Tassilo Moritz, Jochen Schilm, Axel Rost, Eric Schwarzer, Steven Weingarten, Uwe Scheithauer, Katja Wätzig, Dörte Wagner, Alexander Michaelis
Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems, Dresden, Germany

https://doi.org/10.29272/cmt.2019.0008

Abstract

Additive Manufacturing methods offer groundbreaking new opportunities for geometrical complexity such as for personalization and individualization of ceramic components. Moreover, several AM processes suited for ceramic powders can also be applied to other materials like hard metals, metals or glasses. Two AM methods, one suspension-based (CerAM VPP – Ceramic Vat Photo Polymerization) and one feedstock-based (CerAM T3DP – Ceramic Thermoplastic 3D Printing) will be introduced in this article for making novel sintered glass components. The article will show results of process development as well as glass powder compositions with new functionalities.
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