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Lithoz partners with network of Japanese ceramic companies

Including AS ONE, Mitsui Kinzoku, and Yugyōkuen Ceramics, who have invested in the company's LCM technology

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A team of manufacturers in Japan, including AS ONE, Mitsui Kinzoku, and Yugyōkuen Ceramics, is investing in a portfolio of 3D printing technologies for high-performance ceramics. The portfolio includes the Lithography-based Ceramic Manufacturing (LCM) technology from Austrian-based Lithoz GmbH.

Lithoz partners with network of Japanese ceramic companies, including AS ONE, Mitsui Kinzoku, and Yugyōkuen Ceramics. AS ONE, Mitsui Kinzoku, and Yugyōkuen Ceramics have chosen Lithoz as a key partner in driving growth and advancement in the Japanese additive manufacturing community. As the initiative leader, AS ONE will work closely with Mitsui Kinzoku and Yugyōkuen Ceramics as contract manufacturers, and Lithoz as technology provider, to best serve the Japanese market.

“It is fantastic to see commitment to investment in the Japanese 3D printing market. We see such potential there and building such a strong network of leading companies will surely lead to great achievements for the additive manufacturing world! We thank our partners in Japan for trusting us with this important goal,” said Dr. Johannes Homa, CEO of Lithoz.

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