3D Printing of Ceramics Virtual Workshop
3D Printing of Ceramics Workshop

3D Printing of Ceramics Workshop

The two half-days 3D Printing of Ceramics Virtual Workshop brought together experts in the field from academia, industry and clinical backgrounds to share their discoveries and insights.

Due to their high melting point and inherent brittleness, ceramic parts are traditionally manufactured in green form using powders with additives. Green structures are heat treated to remove the binder and then densify or sinter them. Over the past three decades, 3D printing technologies have been applied to ceramic processing to manufacture a variety of complex shapes and coatings for numerous applications. Most 3D printing technologies have been applied to manufacture green ceramic parts with unique shapes.

This virtual MRS-ACerS workshop focused on the processing and characterization of 3D printing technologies for advanced ceramics for aerospace, biomedical, defense and piezoelectric applications.  

The workshop consisted of twelve talks, Q&A sessions with presenters and moderated panel discussions. Topics included:

  • Additive Manufacturing Methods
  • Applications
  • Emerging Technologies
  • Commercial Manufacturing

Day 1
April 12 
10:00 am - 1:30 pm EDT


Day 2
April 13
10:00 am - 1:30 pm EDT


 Regular Rate—$125
MRS/ACerS Member Rate—$100
Student Rate—$45
MRS/ACerS Student Member Rate—$25

Registration is now closed.


Thank You to Our Sponsors

Ceramco Additive        



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