Ceramic 3D Printing, Now on Your Desktop
3D print parts with a stone-like finish and fire them to create a fully ceramic piece with Ceramic Resin, an experimental material that pushes what’s possible with the Formlabs 3D Printers. Fabricate ceramic parts for engineering research, or create distinctive art and design pieces.
Rapidly Iterate in Ceramic Like Never Before
Formlabs is excited to offer the first affordable ceramic 3D printing material for the world’s most popular desktop stereolithography (SLA) and low force stereolithography system (LFS). Be one of the first to work with a material at the forefront of SLA polymer development, previously only available in industrial and research environments at prohibitively high costs.
Unique Mechanical Properties, Advanced Applications
Ceramic Resin is a silica-filled photopolymer. After firing, the photopolymer network burns out to form a true ceramic part. Fired parts have unique properties that can be leveraged for applications where fired part accuracy is not critical.
High temperature resistance (up to 1000 °C)
High thermal and electrical insulation
High resistance to corrosion and wear
Ceramic Resin 1L
Parts 3D printed in silica-filled Ceramic Resin can be fired to create a fully ceramic piece. This experimental Form X material requires more trial and error than other Formlabs products. Please read the usage guide prior to printing.
Supports print resolutions: 100 and 50 microns.
Not compatible with Resin Tank LT.
This Form X material requires extra steps for successful printing.