Admatec, Goirle, the Netherlands, has introduced a new integrated debinding and sintering furnace, with an enlarged inner volume, in an effort to increase throughput and efficiency in technical ceramic Additive Manufacturing and post-processing. The company also announced it has increased the build volume of its Admaflex300 lithography-based ceramic Additive Manufacturing machine.
Since 2018, Admatec has offered a compact integrated debinding and sintering furnace, specially designed for post-processing of additively manufactured technical ceramics. After enlarging the build volume of the Admaflex machines to 260 x 220 x 500 mm, Admatec has introduced its integrated debinding and sintering furnace with an inner volume of 400 x 400 x 400 mm.
These adjustments, in combination with the specially designed integrated debinding and sintering furnaces, currently allow users to produce a set of additively manufactured technical ceramic parts, from CAD design to sintered end-use part, in fewer than seven days. With a maximum temperature of 1700°C and an inner volume of 64 litres, the new furnace has almost ten times the size of the original compact integrated furnace.