HANNOVER MESSE 2018, 23 - 27 April
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Shaping high-tech ceramics and metals by additive manufacturing

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Hall 4, Stand D44



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Industrial Supply, Industrie 4.0, Smart Materials & Coatings

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High-tech ceramics are regarded as superior materials although hard to shape. Additive manufacturing allows shaping ceramics of complex structures and catalyzes design of improved components that would not be possible by traditional techniques, such as powder injection molding (PIM). Admatec has developed the Admaflex technology allowing economically viable production of high tech components in ceramics and, most recently, metals. The technology, based on Digital Light Processing (DLP), uses a mix of photoreactive polymers and ceramic or metal powders and is used to produce high resolution parts through pixel-by-pixel control. Key to obtain dense and functional components lays on a careful materials development yielding microstructures undistinguishable from products obtained by other shaping techniques.


 Ph.D Pablo González

Ph.D Pablo González

Materials Science Specialist, ADMATEC Europe BV

Pablo has a solid base and high knowledge in materials science, with a specialism in ceramics, through extensive studies. After finishing his degree at the ECPM in Strasbourg he succeeded in achieving ...

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