Kwambio debuts Ceramo Zero Max and Ceramo Two 3D printers at CES | 1/11/2019 | Staff
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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.

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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.”

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“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...
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