Ceramic component produced with Lithoz's 3D-printer improves the performance of an atomic layer deposition (ALD) semiconductor tool

June 25, 2019 | Case Study

Lithoz develops photolithography-based ceramic 3D printers and feedstock formulations for various industries including semiconductor, aerospace, and medical. Customers use its systems to make technical ceramic parts like chemical reaction vessels, catalyst supports, and casting cores to make the cooling channels in cast turbine blades. The company's systems offer geometrical flexibility and enable complex ceramic part manufacturing with chemical and mechanical properties comparable to subtractive manufacturing.

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