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Cerafab Lab L30 to lower the entry-level for 3D printing ceramics

22 June 2021

Lithoz, a specialist for ceramic 3D Printing, has launched its 3D printer Cerafab Lab L30 which has been developed for those new to ceramic 3D Printing and is suited to shop floors, research purposes and small-series production, as Lithoz reports. The new machine will enable more companies to adopt 3D Printing as a manufacturing technique and drive the growth of this technology.

Source: Lithoz

According to Lithoz, the new Cerafab L30 contains the full manufacturing power of the Cerafab 7500, Lithoz’s original 3D printer. Der new entry-level machine also enables the development and use of own materials, making it well-suited for use in research and labs.

Founded in 2011, Lithoz has an export share of almost 100 percent, more than 80 employees and, since 2017, a subsidiary in the USA.


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