Freedom & Functionality Ceramic 3D Printer
Discover the possibilities of precision printing with a ceramic 3D printer that delivers accurate, fine featured, fully dense parts for high tech applications. With an open architecture, layer-to-layer control and high throughput times the Admaflex 130 is your ultimate ceramic 3D printer.
The Admaflex 130 is suited for precision printing of fully dense (>99%) technical ceramic components. Currently, Alumina, Zirconia and Fused Silica are available to be 3D printed.
With the capability to easily upscale without any tooling involved, and the flexibility to change on the go in terms of size, material and geometry the Admaflex 130 enables production of one piece up to large scale batches.
The Admaflex 130’s integrated DLP light engine allows for large surface printing while maintaining precision and resolution, to produce even the smallest sized features in full detail.
The printer’s doctor blade supplies a very thin layer (50 – 150μ) of resin filled with submicron ceramic particles. The combination of fine powder, thin layers and the final sintering step results in very low surface roughness of the 3D printed parts.
Admaflex 300 - Ceramic 3D Printer
Designed to meet the demands of customers using the Admaflex technology for investment casting applications.
Large Build Volume
The Admaflex 300 has an extremely stable machine concept for production, capable of handling feedstocks with a broad range of viscosities.
The printer comes with a standard build volume of 200x200x300 mm.
Patented Feedstock System
The Admaflex 300 has an integrated high-volume material handling system with automatic vision controlled dosing to enable 3D printing of large components.
The Admaflex 300 is designed with a modular concept, to accommodate all future developments such as multi-material printing. You can also choose the resolution and building volume that meet your needs.
The Admaflex 300 is an open system that provides full control of the printing process. The software features the ability to customize parameters, enabling layer-to-layer control before and during the printing process. It opens up the opportunity to use different materials, and the flexibility to develop new ones. A standard software feature is the “multi-part printing”, that enables you to control light exposure settings for each part and layer.
In-process Monitoring System
The integrated in-process quality monitoring is an excellent feature for the full traceability of the printing process. These software and hardware components monitor temperature, humidity and foil usage. It also has a dual-camera system for real-time video capture, and time-lapse recording. This enables the user, for example, to partially stop printing a defected product to allow the successful finalization of the remaining parts.