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Steinbach expands fleet with additional Lithoz ceramic 3D printer

CeraFab System S65 added to meet production requirements

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With the acquisition of the CeraFab System S65 from Lithoz, ceramic 3D printing service provider Steinbach AG is meeting the growing demands for additive-manufactured components made of high-performance ceramics.

The German company continues to invest in the latest generation of industrial 3D printers for high-performance ceramics, as well as other furnaces.

Steinbach AG The CeraFab System S65 can be expanded to up to four production units to meet the needs of industrial series production. In combination with optimized process parameters, a significant increase in productivity is achieved.

An objective lens developed for the process ensures reproducible results in the micrometer range.

“We continue to trust in the cooperation with Lithoz and their CeraFab 3D printers because we are convinced of the outstanding quality and also find competent and fast support in our daily work,” said Volker Sämann, Business Unit Manager of Steinbach AG.

Steinbach AG offers prototyping in series quality and series production for a wide range of applications and industries, for example, medical technology, high-temperature applications, the electrical industry, the automotive industry and the aerospace industry.

The special properties of ceramics are particularly beneficial in demanding environments. With Lithoz’s proven LCM technology, some of the finest and highest quality components can be produced and successfully implemented.

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