CerPrint Technology

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What is CerPrint?

Ceramics coating experts WZR, also based in Germany, developed Zcorp’s ZPrinting binder jetting process to offer AM services with technical ceramics materials. Recently, WZR established the CerPrint brand for 3D printed ceramic components. Through CerPrint, WZR produces single parts and small batches with relevant technical properties, such as a temperature resistance up to 1500° C, electrical insulation properties or chemical resistance to strong acids, as well as high dimensional accuracy to the CAD file. WZR work with a dimensional accuracy according to DIN 40680-Am.

AdvantagesDisadvantages
  • Affordable, efficient system
  • Service only, no hardware available for sale
  • Viable commercial applications
  • Limited selection of materials
  • Extensive ceramics expertise
  • Small company

How does CerPrint work?

WZR offers a commercial line of technical ceramics materials for use with their binder jetting technology. WZR supplies both alumina and silicon oxide / silicon carbide ceramics materials covering a range of applications. Its alumina is used for technical applications which require high densities, such as dental sinter trays. In fact, the company has specialized in this highly vertical manufacturing segment. CerPrint Alumina can also be used for foundry cores as can its silicon-based ceramic materials.

 

Available CerPrint 3D printers:

The CerPrint line of powders has been formulated specifically for use in legacy ZCorp ZPrinter systems (510 and 310) and in the newer Projet x60 systems from 3D Systems.

Model Service only, with Zcorp 510 and Zcorp 310 systems
Manufacturer WZR
PriceService only
Technology CerPrint
Materials Alumina
Effective Build Volume Up to 200 x 200 x 250 mm
Layer Thickness 100 μm

You can find more information about WZR and find the specifications here.

Further reading on WZR and the technology:

• Ceramics, Breaking Through the Next 3D Printing Material Frontier / Part 2
• SmarTech Issues First Report on Traditional and Technical Ceramics AM

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