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Lithoz to launch new CeraControl software at ceramitec 2024

The new software introduces "The Ceramic 3D Factory" concept for serial production of 3D printed ceramic parts

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At the upcoming ceramitec 2024 fair in Munich, Lithoz will highlight its global “Ceramic 3D Factory” network and launch the CeraControl software, driving ceramic additive manufacturing to a new dimension of serial production. Alongside the CeraFab System S65 in action at the Lithoz booth (A6.334), visitors can experience an impressive range of innovative industrial and medical parts, produced by global Lithoz partners, in an exclusive ‘touch and feel’ opportunity.

Lithoz to launch new CeraControl software at ceramitec 2024 with "The Ceramic 3D Factory" concept for serial production of 3D printed ceramic
The Lithoz CeraFab System S65

With the clear growing demand for ceramic 3D printing at an industrial scale across industries, the success of Lithoz’s partners and technology in serial production is becoming ever more visible. Lithoz will showcase the arrival of “The Ceramic 3D Factory”, uniting Lithoz technology and contract manufacturers all over the world in one global network for interconnected serial production, via the CeraControl software.

At the Almatis booth (A5.203), visitors can have a live experience of the entry-level CeraFab Lab L30 in action and understand exactly how the powerful LCM technique works. Its presence at the Almatis booth symbolizes the successful partnership between the two companies, with Almatis providing high-quality 99.8% thermally reactive alumina powder for aerospace, healthcare, and engineering applications for over a decade.

After the overwhelming interest in 3D printed healthcare applications in recent years, a selection of bioresorbable ceramic implants made of hydroxyapatite will be on show as an exclusive ‘touch and feel’ opportunity, as well as multi-material medical parts combining various bioresorbable ceramic materials. For even more insight into these applications, Dr. Daniel Bomze (Director Medical Solutions, Lithoz) will discuss ‘How patients and medical professionals benefit from ceramic 3D printing’ on 9th April, 11.50 am.

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