The ceramic industry is currently experiencing newfound freedom and creativity due to the rapid development of 3D printing solutions. Today’s advancements cover the complete ceramics 3D printing value chain, including on-demand production services, 3D printers, specific services designed to boost efficiency and a broad range of ceramic pastes.
The second industrial revolution heralded the mechanization and automation of the mass production of parts. The entire production system was organized for low-cost production. China became the workshop of the world, making it much more difficult to manufacture products that are not made in mass quantities. This approach runs contrary to the natural path of innovation. By definition, innovation consists in proposing something that does not already exist. However, without the capacity to invest in costly production machine tools to test an idea, how can you demonstrate its worth?