26 January 2019 Written by CN1699 Services Article viewed 78 times (6 times in the last week)

After a couple years of development, Lithoz is thus moving into the dental industry and looking forward to the potential applications that its high-quality stereolithographic 3D printing technology can provide. The CeraFab 7500 Dental3D printer was ideal for manufacturing high-quality parts and accuracy which are suited to dental applications, such as crowns, veneers and implants among other parts.

LCM technology is a sensible alternative to conventional processes, especially showing its full potential in areas, where such processes reach their limits. It opens up new prospects for industry and research in the construction, production and potential application of high-performance ceramics.

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Lithoz is a university that focuses on the development and manufacturing of Additive Manufacturing Technologies (also known as Rapid Prototyping) and materials for advanced ceramics.

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