Ceramics have been a hot trend in 3D printing materials for a while now. While more commonly associated with pottery or kitchenware, ceramic is literally everywhere in our daily lives, and it’s used extensively in various industries.
Producing complex parts with ceramics is challenging and costly with 3D printing. This is why so much has been invested in new printing techniques. While the familiar printing method FDM is a common process for clay and other paste-like ceramics, more accurate processes like SLA and binder jetting have also been adapted to produce more precise ceramic parts.
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