Shaping of ceramic parts through 3D printing. The technology developed at the University of Santiago (Institute of Ceramics and Singular Centre for Research in Biological Chemistry and Molecular Materials, CiQUS) allows great flexibility for geometric parameters such as size, shape, porosity or specific surface.
The production of “inks” formed from different types of particles of ceramic materials with specific polymeric additives for each case allows precise, clean, fast and automatable manufacturing.
- Status at BioIncubaTech: Incubation
- Supporting Activities: Technology Transfer, Access to Finance
“BioIncubaTech – High Technology Incubator for the promotion of innovation and transfer of biotechnology in the field of health and food technologies to micro and SME’s” is an operation co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund – ERDF within the Pluri-regional Operational Programme of Spain ERDF 2014-2020 OP Project “High Technology Incubators for the promotion of innovation and transfer of technology to micro and SME’s”.
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