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3D printed glazed ceramics

Posted on Tuesday, May 31st, 2011 in 3D fabrication by Ian

Drone writes:  Now you can 3D print in glazed ceramics at Shapeways. Great! I need some big HV insulators for the electric chair I’m building. Interestingly, prices are based on surface area.

Glazed Ceramics is perfect for any application such as a plate, cup or bowl as it is the first 3D printed food safe material available on Shapeways.  Shapeways 3D Printed Glazed Ceramics material properties are exactly the same as standard ceramics as it is produced with fine ceramic powder which is bound together with binder, fired, glazed with lead-free, non-toxic gloss finish.

Thanks Drone! Via the contact form.

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One Response to “3D printed glazed ceramics”

  1. davide canepa says:

    I want to prototype a series of ceramic rings I’d know where I can die prototiping?

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