I'm sorry (especially for Demi Moore), but the time of 3D printers for mass ceramic also arrives. To launch Digitalceram is the Crowdfunding Kickstarter platform.
Digitalceram is a rather easy to use and decidedly inexpensive ceramic 3d printer. Before detailing this assumption of mine on 3D ceramic printing, I will directly show you a presentation video from the product launch, so you will realize it for yourself.
It has been since the dawn of time that human beings have used clay (and consequently ceramic), obviously modeled and not printed, as a basis for making all kinds of artistic or useful artifacts.
However, the traditional process has always made it difficult to create ceramics, and never so widespread. A ceramic 3D printer solves the problem in a radical way, thanks to the printed ceramic.
How Digitalceram works
Digitalceram, 3D printer for ceramics has a different approach precisely to respect the characteristics of this material which is so malleable, but also quite heavy. It's not exactly injection, it's not exactly extrusion.
And don't worry if you don't have an oven available: with the 3D ceramic printer print jobs are solid even without sintering.
Everything is based on an innovative mini air compressor, which manages with low consumption to develop ideal solutions to avoid imperfections in the printing process.
The result is formidable: ceramic creations such as vases, statues, containers of all kinds take shape with excellent quality, comparable to that of the factory.
And at considerable speed. The speed achievable by printing this type of system can be up to 40% faster than that of others printers 3D for ceramics, systems that however have never caught on outside of industrial realities. A saving of days, if the quantity of objects is appreciable.
The ceramic 3D printer is available on Kickstarter with a first price of 215 €, 60% less than what will be the final price.