Additive manufacturing in technical ceramics


Exhibition from the additive manufacturing sector

Additive manufacturing (AM) has made revolutionary changes since its inception a few decades ago and is now gaining traction in the ceramics industry. Benefits include reduced product development timescales and costs, the ability to make small quantities and short runs of specialities, as well as increased design freedom – complex parts are as easy to produce as simple ones, and an array of design iterations are possible through the elimination of tooling and short production times.

AM has been changing the way products are designed and made in a plethora of markets with numerous materials, it is now time for the Ceramics market to start enjoying it.

The potential of additive manufacturing in technical ceramics is clearly vast, which is why we’re creating a special focus on the discipline at ceramitec 2018.

Several leading companies offering AM solutions for the ceramics market will be exhibiting at ceramitec 2018 including XJet, our first ever exhibitor from the ‘start-up nation’ Israel, Lihoz GmbH form Austria, WZR ceramic solutions GmbH, Steinbach AG and Voexljet AG from Germany or Admatec Europe BV from the Netherlands any many more.

Visit the special area additive manufacturing and its participants in hall B6, 235/338:

  • Tuesday April 10, 2018

    14:00–14:15 Johnson Matthey Ceramic Additive Manufacturing
    Samantha Thomas, Johnson Matthey

    14:30–15:00 Dedusting of metal powder for additive manufacturing (3D printing)
    Christian Höfels, NETZSCH Trockenmahltechnik GmbH

    15:15–16:00 XJet’s Nanoparticle Jetting – a new technology that will accelerate the adoption of additive manufacturing for ceramics
    Haim Levi, Xjet

  • Wednesday, April 11, 2018

    10:00–11:00 Transformation zur Digitalisierung – Marketing Resource Management in globalen Unternehmen
    Dunia Köhling, Simplify

    14:00–14:15 Johnson Matthey Ceramic Additive Manufacturing
    Samantha Thomas, Johnson Matthey

    14:30–15:00 Dedusting of metal powder for additive manufacturing (3D printing)
    Christian Höfels, NETZSCH Trockenmahltechnik GmbH

    15:00–15:15 Ceramic 3D printing in the office-a fast and cost efficient technology
    Michael Kitzmantel, RHP-Technology GmbH

    15:15–16:00 XJet’s Nanoparticle Jetting – a new technology that will accelerate the adoption of additive manufacturing for ceramics
    Avi Cohen, Xjet

    16:00 Imerys fosters 3DP adoption by traditional whiteware ceramic markets
    Alexandre Sevagen, Imerys

    17:00–17:30 Key Drivers for Additive Manufacturing of Ceramics
    Dr. Johannes Homa, Lithoz GmbH

  • Thursday, April 12, 2018

    10:30–10:45 Johnson Matthey Ceramic Additive Manufacturing
    Samantha Thomas, Johnson Matthey

    11:00–11:45 XJet’s Nanoparticle Jetting – a new technology that will accelerate the adoption of additive manufacturing for ceramics
    Dror Danai, Xjet

    13:00–14:00 Transformation zur Digitalisierung – Marketing Resource Management in globalen Unternehmen
    Dunia Köhling, Simplify

    14:30–15:00 Entstaubung von Metallpulver für additive Herstellverfahren (3D Druck)
    Anja Schlichter, NETZSCH Trockenmahltechnik GmbH

    15:00–15:15 Ceramic 3D printing in the office-a fast and cost efficient technology
    Michael Kitzmantel, RHP-Technology GmbH

    15.15–15:45 New product solutions by ceramic parts from additive manufacturing
    Oliver Cynamon, FIT AG

    15:45 Imerys fosters 3DP adoption by traditional whiteware ceramic markets
    Philippe Barré, Imerys

  • Friday, April 13, 2018

    11:00–11:30 Possibilities in additive manufacturing of ceramic components
    Dr. Tassilo Moritz, Fraunhofer IKTS

    11:30–11:45 Ceramic 3D printing in the office-a fast and cost efficient technology
    Michael Kitzmantel, RHP-Technology GmbH

  • Tuesday April 10, 2018

    14:00–14:15 Johnson Matthey Ceramic Additive Manufacturing
    Samantha Thomas, Johnson Matthey

    14:30–15:00 Dedusting of metal powder for additive manufacturing (3D printing)
    Christian Höfels, NETZSCH Trockenmahltechnik GmbH

    15:15–16:00 XJet’s Nanoparticle Jetting – a new technology that will accelerate the adoption of additive manufacturing for ceramics
    Haim Levi, Xjet

  • Wednesday, April 11, 2018

    10:00–11:00 Transformation zur Digitalisierung – Marketing Resource Management in globalen Unternehmen
    Dunia Köhling, Simplify

    14:00–14:15 Johnson Matthey Ceramic Additive Manufacturing
    Samantha Thomas, Johnson Matthey

    14:30–15:00 Dedusting of metal powder for additive manufacturing (3D printing)
    Christian Höfels, NETZSCH Trockenmahltechnik GmbH

    15:00–15:15 Ceramic 3D printing in the office-a fast and cost efficient technology
    Michael Kitzmantel, RHP-Technology GmbH

    15:15–16:00 XJet’s Nanoparticle Jetting – a new technology that will accelerate the adoption of additive manufacturing for ceramics
    Avi Cohen, Xjet

    16:00 Imerys fosters 3DP adoption by traditional whiteware ceramic markets
    Alexandre Sevagen, Imerys

    17:00–17:30 Key Drivers for Additive Manufacturing of Ceramics
    Dr. Johannes Homa, Lithoz GmbH

  • Thursday, April 12, 2018

    10:30–10:45 Johnson Matthey Ceramic Additive Manufacturing
    Samantha Thomas, Johnson Matthey

    11:00–11:45 XJet’s Nanoparticle Jetting – a new technology that will accelerate the adoption of additive manufacturing for ceramics
    Dror Danai, Xjet

    13:00–14:00 Transformation zur Digitalisierung – Marketing Resource Management in globalen Unternehmen
    Dunia Köhling, Simplify

    14:30–15:00 Entstaubung von Metallpulver für additive Herstellverfahren (3D Druck)
    Anja Schlichter, NETZSCH Trockenmahltechnik GmbH

    15:00–15:15 Ceramic 3D printing in the office-a fast and cost efficient technology
    Michael Kitzmantel, RHP-Technology GmbH

    15.15–15:45 New product solutions by ceramic parts from additive manufacturing
    Oliver Cynamon, FIT AG

    15:45 Imerys fosters 3DP adoption by traditional whiteware ceramic markets
    Philippe Barré, Imerys

  • Friday, April 13, 2018

    11:00–11:30 Possibilities in additive manufacturing of ceramic components
    Dr. Tassilo Moritz, Fraunhofer IKTS

    11:30–11:45 Ceramic 3D printing in the office-a fast and cost efficient technology
    Michael Kitzmantel, RHP-Technology GmbH

ceramitec 2018 video about additive manufacturing

 

Ceramics straight from the printer! This innovation can be discovered at ceramitec 2018, because it promises a lot of development potential for the future.

3D printing is used in all areas of the ceramics industry because it has unbeatable advantages: it’s fast, economical and therefore cost-effective. In addition, it enables the production of short runs, special designs and complex products.

With its new printer, XJet is actively participating in the future of ceramic production: the machine is processing nanoparticles made from ceramic and metal for the very first time.

The quality of the end-product doesn’t solely depend on the size of the printer. Nanoe is presenting a small printer at the fair and planning to use it for printing prototypes, for instance.

Additive Manufacturing is in the process of revolutionizing processes in ceramic production. At ceramitec, therefore, it’s being given a big platform of its own, with a special show and lectures.

Logo for the special show additive manufacturing