Lithoz GmbH is the world market and technology leader for 3D printers, materials and solutions for the industrial production of high-performance and bioresorbable ceramics.
Founded in 2011, the company has constantly been pushing the limits of ceramics and has developed additive manufacturing as an established production technique. Their range of CeraFab 3D printers, based on Lithography-based Ceramic Manufacturing technology, are the industrial standard technology in high-end markets including aerospace, industrial and medical, delivering the high levels of quality, precision and reliability required in serial production. Their team of more than 125 expert engineers worldwide offers application and material development to customers from their sites in Austria, China and the USA.
Lithoz offers a variety of outstanding ceramic materials ranging from alumina, zirconia, silicon nitride, silica-based for casting-core applications through to medical-grade bioceramics. Lithoz’s clear commitment to sustained quality improvement, along with its well renowned R&D into additive manufacturing for ceramics, makes Lithoz the unrivalled partner in the field.
Content of Excursion:
Live demo of the LCM technology on a CeraFab 3D printer and explanation of the whole ceramic 3D printing process.
Cubicure GmbH pioneers solutions for polymer additive manufacturing. With roots in academia and the ambition to help shape the digital future of manufacturing, we have been setting the course for agile production from Vienna since 2015. We develop, produce and distribute innovative materials, equipment, and processes for industrial 3D printing and offer feasibility studies. Our Hot Lithography process enables the unprecedented generative manufacturing of resilient precision components. “This is the essential breakthrough in the industrial upscaling of lithographic printing processes. After three decades of stereolitohgraphy, finally an industrially scalable process has been found.”
Dr. Robert Gmeiner, CEO Cubicure GmbH
Content of Excursion:
Experience how we turn photopolymers into industrial-grade components in a flash. Our journey starts in the laboratory, leads us to one of the largest stereolithographical printing systems in existence, and lands us at the finishing of 3D printed parts.