WEBINAR: LIS Technology – The New Way to 3D Ceramic Printing


Ceramic 3D printing has applications in many fields: medical or dental, aerospace or even industrial – its use is widespread, but current methods are difficult to adopt and face many barriers to entry, especially for traditional ceramic manufacturers. In order to be able to meet the extremely high requirements in this case, the Vienna-based company Lithoz worked on the development of a new technology: LIS technology (Laser Induced Slip Casting) is a revolutionary and groundbreaking technology, not least because of its possibilities, such as the treatment of black ceramic or its water-based materials.

To learn more, don’t miss our next webinar “LIS Technology – The new way to 3D ceramic print”, which will take place on June 29 from 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. CEST/10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. EDT with Lithoz. Participants will discover the benefits and possibilities that the new and revolutionary LIS technology brings to its users. In addition, together with our experts, we will address the questions “How can LIS technology be integrated into existing ceramic processing chains?” », « Why can it treat black ceramic? and, of course, ‘What applications and business opportunities can we expect?’

LIS Technology

The new LIS technology brings a number of advantages and opportunities in ceramic 3D printing (photo credits: Lithoz GmbH)

We are particularly pleased to welcome Lithoz which is a global market leader in the development and manufacturing of additive manufacturing materials and systems for 3D printing of advanced ceramics and bioresorbable ceramics. The company’s products are used in many fields, including medical and dental technology. However, the industry also benefits greatly from the company’s materials and printing systems, as complex geometries and the desired properties of the resulting components are possible. The company has an export share of almost 100%, employs more than 125 people and has had a subsidiary in the United States since 2017. Lithoz has also been ISO 9001-2015 certified since 2016.

Then, during the webinar, our participants and experts Dr. Johannes Homa, CEO of Lithoz GmbH, Dr. Thomas Mühler, CEO of QEP3D, Dr.-Ing. Holger Wampers, Managing Director of Alumina Systems and Dr. Steffen Walter, Manager of Product and Process Development at Alumina Systems will discuss areas of application of the technology and open questions from the public.

LIS Technology

Photo credits: Lithoz GmbH

Agenda:

– Presentations

– Differences between LIS and LCM

– Potential of LIS technology

– Use case

experts

Many years of research at the Vienna University of Technology have provided Dr. Johannes Homa with in-depth technical knowledge of additive manufacturing of high-performance ceramics. He holds a PhD in materials science and has been working in additive manufacturing since 2003. In 2011 he co-founded Lithoz GmbH as a spin-off from TU Vienna. As an expert in ceramic AM, Dr. Homa has written numerous publications and is also the co-inventor of several patents in the field. In addition to his role in the company, he has been active since 2006 as a lecturer in various educational institutions and universities. He is also founder of the AM Austria initiative (www.am-austria.com) and technical director of the Austrian company 3D Printing Forum (https://www.3d-printing-forum.at)

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