Admatec offers increased capacity for ceramic AM production

May 6, 2022

The increased build volumes of Admatec’s debinding and sintering furnace is nearly ten times what was previously offered by the company (Courtesy Admatec)
The increased build volumes of Admatec’s debinding and sintering furnace is nearly ten times what was previously offered by the company (Courtesy Admatec)

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.

www.admateceurope.com

The increased build volumes of Admatec’s debinding and sintering furnace is nearly ten times what was previously offered by the company (Courtesy Admatec)

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