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Lithoz joins the UK’s Manufacturing Technology Centre

Through Lithoz’s new membership, MTC will extend its range of ceramic AM options for various industrial sectors

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Lithoz, a leading ceramic additive manufacturing company, has recently joined the Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) to drive ceramic 3D printing for industrial end-users in the UK. Through Lithoz’s new membership, MTC will extend its range of AM options for various industrial sectors.

Using Lithoz’s CeraFab AM machine, MTC engineers will be able to process a variety of high-performance ceramics – enhancing the MTC’s capability to design and manufacture complex ceramic geometries. “[We are] very excited to be working with Lithoz using their advanced CeraFab system to push the boundaries of ceramic AM across sectors, including power and energy and defense,” said Sherry Ghanizadeh, Senior  Research Engineer at MTC.

“We are very excited to be a part of the MTC community! There is certainly a very active and inspiring ceramic industry to be seen in the UK, as well as a strong 3D printing hub – we look forward to sharing the latest ceramic innovations being achieved by experts at the MTC using the industry-leading Lithoz CeraFab S65 3D printer technology,” said Dr. Johannes Homa, CEO of Lithoz.

The two organizations will be present at the upcoming Advanced Ceramics Show in Birmingham, where ‘The Ceramic 3D Factory’ will premiere for the first time in the UK.

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