Johnson Matthey will be exhibiting at Ceramics Expo in May, showcasing their advanced glass technologies and capabilities in Ceramic 3D Printing.
Image: Dr Sam Thomas talks to attendees at Ceramics Expo 2017
Dr Sam Thomas, Research Group Manager said “Ceramics Expo is an excellent platform for us. It brings together experts in the ceramic and glass fields and enables companies, such as Johnson Matthey, to showcase innovative technologies.”
Our state-of-the-art Ceramic 3D Printing has been developed for a number of markets where light weight, complex parts are required for high performance applications. We deliver bespoke ceramic products; from early stage R&D and rapid prototyping to a pilot plant capable of producing multi-tonne quantities, whilst maintaining flexibility of materials and designs.
Additionally, we are the only global fabricator with a holistic range of complementing technologies for glass manufacturers; from ACTTM coatings and reliable thermocouples, to durable platinum and iridium fabrications and linings. Tailored products are made to an exceptional quality, providing unequalled resistance to corrosion from molten glass.
Sam Thomas will be running a session at the exhibition reviewing the scale-up of Binder Jet Ceramic Additive Manufacturing. Join her on 3rd May, track 2 at 12.00pm.