StoneFlower 3.1D printer was included by ANIWAA into the review "Ceramic 3D printing 2020: guide and ceramic 3D printer selection", which makes possible systematic comparison of different printer specs and prices. Big thanks to ANIWAA for listing StoneFlower!
Samples, #3dprinted with StoneFlower Research 3.0 at the Institute of Glass and Ceramics in Erlangen by PhD candidate Larissa Wahl, and Prof. Nahum Travitzky (group of Additive Processing). These prints, are samples of reaction bonded silicon carbide, printed with StoneFlower 3.0 Research at University of Erlangen-Nürnberg by Larissa Wahl with coauthors, and publised in April in Journal "Ceramics International". 3D printing made possible production of complex structures from this mechanically...
We are presenting an universal auger screw for 3d printing of clay, porcelain, and cement. Screws are made of wear- and corrosion-resistant stainless steel 316L. They have a polished shaft and rough surface of the thread for better adherence to the material. The screws are available in our store.
The StoneFlower KIT was designed to be compatible with popular clay 3d printers from metric European subspace. ) Here is one nice hybrid, made by Ricardo Signori: Ceramic 3d Printing KIT PRO + LUTUM. Seems to be a very good fit.
Dr. Anatoly Berezkin from StoneFlower (https://stoneflower3d.com) is speaking about new add-on for desktop 3d printers to print viscous liquids and pastes, including clay and porcelain. We acknowledge Richard van Hooijdonk for his kind invitation to join this exciting event.
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