A new set of ceramic powders qualified by GC Advanced Material Solutions Ltd for use in their
New opportunity to print real-world ceramic parts at low cost
By: GC Advanced Material Solutions Ltd
In the new generation of MEX-based technologies, the feedstock can be printed by direct nozzle extrusion (BMPD = Bound Material Powder Deposition). Two simultaneous benefits are achieved: dramatically lower cost and substantially higher powder loading of the feedstock. The Hong Kong-based GC Advanced Material Solutions, Ltd. is continually adding new powders compatible with their Medpimould® and AmbientPrint™
According to the company CEO Dr Robert Pompe, these new qualifications open up new real-world commercial opportunities also for companies in the ceramic production field for serial additively manufactured products. " Our low-cost licenses, a kind of detailed "cooking books", as also said by Dr Pompe, " make it now possible for many companies to turn the benefits of AM into successful industrial products. This is also a good example of how companies like Nimra can use their own powders and convert them into printable feedstocks".
These licenses are specifically designed for and sold with the 3-D printers manufactured by Metallic3D, Inc. of Stuart, Fla, USA, complete packages are marketed by 3D Dragon Printing Technology Co., Ltd., Hong Kong, in southeast Asia, China and other dedicated markets.