Click For Photo: https://www.3ders.org/images2019/kwambio-debuts-ceramo-zero-max-and-ceramo-two-3d-printers-ces-1.jpg
New York based startup Kwambio is exhibiting at Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas the second year in a row. This time, the 3D printing company presents the brand new binder jetting based desktop ceramic 3D printer, Ceramo Zero Max ($5,000) and a new industrial 3D printer – Ceramo Two ($45,000).
Kwambio is primarily known as a manufacturer of ceramic objects on-demand for the design industry. The company ships out over 12,000 objects to customers around the world every year. At last year’s CES Kwambio presented their first ceramic 3D printer – Ceramo One, which is based on binder jetting technology that mixes ceramic or silica powder with a water-based binder, which works like glue.
Ceramo - Zero - Max - Desktop - Version
Ceramo Zero Max, the new desktop version of Ceramo One features the same technology at a smaller scale. It prints 4 layers per second, and its build size is 150 mm x 150 mm x 150 mm. The resolution is 300 dpi per layer.
Kwambio’s CEO Vlad Usov notes, “A smaller ceramic printer is an ideal option for those who print prototypes on a daily basis. With our glass-based powder, the manufacturing process is the shortest possible: it’s just the printing process, an object doesn’t require glazing and firing. It is a way to prototype efficiently.”
Businesses - Rise - Dmitriy - Skomorokhov - Kwambio
“We are inspired to see so many design-oriented women-led businesses on the rise,” added Dmitriy Skomorokhov, Kwambio’s Sales Director. “Entrepreneurs in Canada and the United States design stylish smoking pipes and other...
Wake Up To Breaking News!
Have you forgotten?