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Lithoz signs up as an MTC member

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    • Additive Manufacturing

      The MTC is delighted to announce the arrival of world-leading Additive Manufacturing (AM) machine, materials and solution provider for the industrial production of high-performance and bioresorbable ceramics, Lithoz GmbH.

      Founded in 2011 by Dr. Johannes Homa and Dr. Johannes Benedikt, the company has constantly been pushing the limits of ceramics and has the goal to establish additive manufacturing as an established production technique. Their range of CeraFab 3D printers, based on Lithography-based Ceramic Manufacturing technology, are the industrial standard technology in high-end markets including aerospace, industrial and medical, delivering the high levels of quality, precision and reliability required in serial production. Their team of more than 150 expert engineers worldwide offers application and material development to customers from their sites in Austria, China and the USA.

      We are very excited to be working with Lithoz using their advanced CeraFab system to push the boundaries of ceramic AM across sectors, including Power and Energy and Defence.

      Sherry Ghanizadeh, Senior Research Engineer, MTC

      MTC is pleased that Lithoz` new membership will extend its range of Additive Manufacturing (AM) options for various industrial sectors. Through the use of Lithoz’ CeraFab system, MTC engineers will be able to process a variety of high performance ceramics, enhancing the MTC’s capability to design and manufacture complex ceramic geometries.

      We are very excited to be a part of the MTC community! There is certainly a very active and inspiring ceramic industry to be seen in the UK, as well as a strong 3D printing hub – we look forward to shaping the latest ceramic innovations being achieved by experts at the MTC using the industry-leading Lithoz CeraFab S65 3D printer technology.

      Dr. Johannes Homa, CEO, Lithoz

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