UK chemicals specialist Johnson Matthey opens ceramic 3D printing lab in Hertfordshire

UK chemicals specialist Johnson Matthey opens ceramic 3D printing lab in Hertfordshire

Johnson Matthey, a British sustainable technology and chemicals company, has opened a new state-of-the-art ceramic 3D printing facility in Royston, UK. The lab contains a QiCPic image analysis sensor, a Freeman FT4 powder tester, and a PixDro inkjet printer. Ceramic 3D printing is one of the fastest-growing areas of additive manufacturing, and it’s easy to see why. Although the process has been used extensively for 3D printed sculptures and artworks, printed ceramics also have the potential to be used as functional objects, such as kitchen equipment and even medical and dental tools. The latest company to jump on the […]

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