Additive Manufacturing

Research of ceramic-filled resins and filaments for novel 3D ceramic parts

Explore the Future of Ceramics

Dive into the cutting-edge world of additive manufacturing (AM) with our dedicated group specializing in ceramic 3D printing. At the forefront of innovation, we harness the power of technology to reshape possibilities in materials science and engineering. Our team is committed to advancing the field of AM of ceramics through groundbreaking research, industry collaboration, and education.

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AM Technologies studied at IFKB:

  • Stereolithography (SLA / LCD / DLP)
  • Fused filament fabrication (FFF)

What We Offer:

  1. Innovative Research: Discover our pioneering work in ceramic additive manufacturing, pushing the boundaries of material design, biocompatibility, and mechanical performance.


  1. State-of-the-Art Facilities: Explore our advanced AM facilities equipped with cutting-edge stereolithography and characterization technology, providing precision and versatility in ceramic fabrication.


  1. Expert Team: Meet our interdisciplinary team of experts dedicated to driving progress in additive manufacturing, from experienced researchers to talented students.


  1. Collaborative Opportunities: Engage in collaborative initiatives with industry partners and research institutions, fostering a dynamic environment for innovation and knowledge exchange.


  1. Educational Programs: Learn about our commitment to education as we integrate the outcomes of our research into lectures, offering students a firsthand understanding of the exciting developments in AM of ceramics.

Videos and Tutorials:

The science of how machines affect our brains

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Measurements of cell metabolism and gene expression for bone tissue engineering

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Characterization methods in the study of ceramics

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Characterization methods for the determination of chemical compositions

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Dieses Bild zeigt Wadih Yared

Wadih Yared


wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter, GSaME Doktorand

Dieses Bild zeigt Thomas Heim, M.Sc.

Thomas Heim, M.Sc.


wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter

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