Lithoz establishes Japanese technology network for 3D-printed high-performance ceramics

The network consisting of AS ONE, Mitsui Kinzoku, Yugyōkuen Ceramics and Lithoz has formed Japan’s leading voice to promote ceramic 3D printing. 20th February 2024: Vienna, Austria. A team of established manufacturers in Japan are aiming to better support and encourage growth in the Japanese 3D printing community. Major players in the market, including AS …

Lithoz and Oak Ridge National Laboratory team up to advance 3D-printed non-oxide ceramics for extreme temperature applications

5th December 2023: Vienna, Austria. Lithoz GmbH and the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Oak Ridge National Laboratory have signed a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) to use Lithoz’s 3D printing technology to further explore the processing and additive manufacturing of non-oxide ceramics. Based on Laser-Induced Slipcasting (LIS) technology, the Lithoz 3D printer uses …

Lithoz announces strategic financial investment in AMAREA Technology, offering multi-material 3D printer for up to six different materials

21st November 2023: Vienna, Austria. Multi-material 3D printing made a strong impact at this Formnext, with Lithoz also showcasing their flagship printer the CeraFab Multi 2M30 for the first time at a public event. After almost a decade of fruitful cooperation together with Dresden-based Fraunhofer IKTS, another key innovation driver in multi-material printing, Lithoz has …

New Lithoz CeraFab Lab to boost advanced ceramic research at Penn State University

27th June 2023: Vienna, Austria. Lithoz GmbH, world market and innovation leader in ceramic 3D printing, has delivered a CeraFab Lab L30 to Penn State University, whose Materials Research Institute is on the forefront of state-of-the-art ceramic research. With the installation of this Lithoz 3D printer, material researchers at Penn State will now have access …