Process with ceramic filled resins for stereolithography-based additive manufacturing of Bonelike Materials – Presented by Jaco Saurwalt, Admatec Europe

Jaco Saurwalt

Process with ceramic filled resins for stereolithography-based additive manufacturing of Bonelike Materials – Presented by Jaco Saurwalt, Admatec Europe, at 3D Medical Conference 2019.

Additive manufacturing technologies have expanded the possibilities of ceramic processing. In parallel, their introduction to the market has enabled the discovery of new applications for ceramics.

Among all additive technologies, stereolithography-based (SLA) techniques have the most potential because of their high precision and because the final properties of the printed parts are comparable to traditional advanced ceramics. Continue reading “Process with ceramic filled resins for stereolithography-based additive manufacturing of Bonelike Materials – Presented by Jaco Saurwalt, Admatec Europe”

Researchers reveal process of 3-dimensional printing oral tablets by stereolithography

3-dimensional printing (3DP) of medicines is becoming an increasingly popular trend, especially since the first 3D printed medicine (Spritam®) was approved by the FDA in August 2015.

Researchers from University College London – School of Pharmacy and FabRx Ltd. have recently published a paper in International Journal of Pharmaceutics in which they show, for the first time, the fabrication of oral tablets by stereolithography. Continue reading “Researchers reveal process of 3-dimensional printing oral tablets by stereolithography”