LITHOZ PRESENTS NEW CERAFAB SYSTEM S65 MODULAR 3D PRINTER AT CERAMICS UK

3D Printing Industry | 7/19/2019 | Beau Jackson
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In a host of updates, Lithoz, an Austrian company specializing in ceramic 3D printing, recently presented its new 3D printer, the CeraFab System S65, at Ceramics UK, an event dedicated to the technical ceramics industry , which took place from 10th-11th July 2019. Lithoz has also revealed that 3rdAxis, a firm focusing on dental additive manufacturing based in Australia, is the first to purchase the CeraFab S65, as well as its CeraFab 7500 Dental system. In total, Lithoz is reported to have had 70 of its ceramic 3D printers installed worldwide.

Finally, the company’s ceramic 3D printing technology was also used in a comparative study between 3D printed and milled zirconia by the University of Pennsylvania Dental Medicine (Penn Dental Medicine), where it produced positive results. The aim of the study was to determine the potential of 3D printed ceramics for medical and dental applications.

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The Lithoz CeraFab System S65. Image via Lithoz.

The CeraFab S65 is Lithoz’s latest release in its series of industrial 3D printers for the serial production of ceramics. Utilizing a modular design, the new 3D printer is geared towards providing a higher building speed for increased productivity, better precision and improved reliability compared to its previous 3D printers, like the CeraFab 7500 and 8500. Whereas the other two systems can produce up to 100 layers per hour, the S65 is able to achieve a build speed of 150 layers per hour.

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It uses a cascade system that allows for the integration of 4 production units per electronic unit, which helps to provide excellent output productivity and speed while minimizing the risk of production loss. Furthermore, the CeraFab S65 also features a server-based central database for storing and processing data, allowing users to document print jobs with online, real-time monitoring.

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