Ceramic 3D printing - we realize your innovative ideas using additive manufacturing

Binder Jetting

Additive process in which complex geometries can be printed at high process speeds even with multi-material.

Material Extrusion

Additive process in which complex geometries can be printed at high process speeds even with multi-material.

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Material Jetting

Inkjet process in which a filigree and precise component is built up using ceramic inks.

Vat Photopolymerisation

Photopolymerization is used by selective exposure to light for the additive production of ceramic composites.

3D screen printing

Process for additive series production of filigree structures.

3D-Scanning

For recording and quality assurance of complex component geometries.

Ceramic 3D Printing

CerPrint®, the ceramic 3D printing

Under the CerPrint® brand, we combine all additive processes used for ceramics. The term additive describes the basic principle of all these processes: the layer-by-layer structure of the molded parts. Today, the term 3D printing has also become synonymous.
From the range of available processes, we will find the right one for your application and thus help you to realize your innovative ideas.

The 3-D printing of ceramics is a pure shaping process. Regardless of which process you choose, in each case the shaped body must be sintered finally. The basis is a CAD volume model of the component to be produced. The geometric model is digitally broken down into layers ("slicing"). Layer by layer, the molded body is then realized. In this way, very complex geometries can be produced that would not be possible or would be very costly to implement using conventional methods.

The important difference is that no mould or tool is used for shaping. This means considerable time and cost advantages. For the geometrical design of components, this means absolute freedom. The usual restrictions, such as "demoldability" or accessibility during machining no longer play a role. The designer can fully concentrate on the functionality of the component.

We offer you the entire range of industrially applicable processes. Our competence is the development of suitable materials and all process parameters necessary for your production.
The description of the processes according to DIN EN ISO/ASTM 52900 is listed in the following, each with a sketch that shows the process in a simplified way. The processes are described in detail under the respective link:

Vat Photopolymerisation

Process in which liquid photopolymer is selectively cured in a bath by light-activated polymerization.

Binder Jetting

Process in which a liquid binder is specifically applied to powder materials to make them bond.

Material Jetting

Process in which drops of the starting material are applied selectively

Material Extrusion

Process in which material is applied selectively through a nozzle or opening

3D screen printing

Process in which paste-like starting material is applied in layers through a screen printing stencil.

Additive process

In addition to the pure additive processes, we also offer combined processes such as hot casting, in which either the master pattern or the silicone mold is produced using 3D printing.