“Broadening the use of technical ceramics”, Presented by Richard Gaignon, 3DCeram

The second industrial revolution heralded the mechanization and automation of the mass production of ceramic parts, focusing in low-cost production. China became the workshop of the world, making it much more difficult to manufacture products that are not made in mass quantities. This approach runs contrary to the natural path of innovation… What ceramic users can do if they don’t have the capacity to invest in costly production machine tools to test an idea? Ceramic 3D printing helps to get back to fabricating internaly. Today, this technology looks like a new ceramic industrial revolution. Continue reading ““Broadening the use of technical ceramics”, Presented by Richard Gaignon, 3DCeram”