Ceramic 3D Printing
3D print parts with a stone-like finish and fire them to create a fully ceramic piece with Ceramic Resin, an experimental material that pushes what’s possible with the Form 2. Fabricate ceramic parts for engineering research, or create distinctive art and design pieces.
What are Cermic Products
Ceramic products are hard, porous, and brittle. As a result, they are used to makepottery, bricks, tiles, cements, and glass. ... Bio-ceramics are used as dental implants and synthetic bones. Given below are some other important uses ofceramics.
Ceramic Resin is a silica-filled photopolymer. After firing, the photopolymer network burns out to form a true ceramic part. Fired parts have unique properties that can be leveraged for applications where fired part accuracy is not critical.
Digital artists and designers can use Ceramic Resin to fabricate complex geometries that wouldn’t be possible by hand. Pieces printed in Ceramic Resin can be fired and glazed to produce functional objects.