One 3D printer does not fill all application needs, and that’s demonstrated by Lithoz’s product set.
Lithoz acquired a ceramic 3D printing company.
Aside from Antarctica, Africa might be the continent with the least amount of 3D printing activity, but that’s changing.
Lithoz announced an expansion, but what does this really mean?
Lithoz announced a new entry-level ceramic 3D printer, the CeraFab L30.
Today I’m looking at a 3D printer I had not seen before, the Incus Hammer Lab35.
The NESSIE project is attempting to optimize large scale production of pharmaceuticals by using advanced technologies, focusing on 3D printed ceramics.