We introduce to you: Ceramics

Why not make jewelry in ceramics?

We’re very happy to give you the possibility to print in ceramics, as the latest material available on i.materialise. Imagine all the new, beautiful designs you can make: table ware, tiles and even jewelry or candle holders. Anything is possible, really. The models are made from alumina silica ceramic powder and sealed with porcelain and silicia. The colored glaze we apply after printing is a lead-free, non-toxic gloss.

The lovely thing about ceramics is all the nice colors you can choose from. They say ‘there’s a color for every mood’, so we made a selection of eight, in our eyes nice, fresh and warm colors. Choose the colors you like the most, we offer you a wide range:

  • Glossy white
  • Glossy Black
  • Lemon Yellow
  • Pistachio Green
  • Sky blue
  • Ocean Turquoise
  • True blue
  • Peach Orange

 

 

 

For more detailed information about the basic properties and pricing, check out our webpage.

Tiles, mugs, little figures,...anything is possible!

Not only is this material we’re using heat resistant (up to 600°C), but it’s also recyclable, and –even better- the only food safe 3D printing material! How awesome is that? It makes it just perfect for home decor stuff, especially when it comes to food.

It’s a whole new step in the world of ceramics: think about all the new possibilities you have for your designs. The sky is no longer the limit when it comes to this material!

We’re so excited to see all the new designs our community members (and everyone else of course) will create by using this material. Enjoy!

  • http://www.gregorvanegdom.nl Gregor van Egdom

    That _is_ nice. Will these be added to the sample kit / be available as a separate sample? I”d really like to receive them with my next order (due in a few days)…

  • Tatiana

    Hi Gregor, thanks for your reaction! In two weeks we”ll have the samplekits and the prizes, so if you have just a little bit more patience, we”re happy to serve you!

  • Anna

    Does this material need to be fired? If so – what temperature?

  • Tatiana

    @ Anna: The material will be fired at Materialise, you can check the materialsheet http://i.materialise.com/materials/ceramicshttp://i.materialise.com/materials/ceramics for more information about ceramics.

  • http://rubenalexande.blogspot.com ruben alexander

    I”ve 3d printed in ceramics for a few months. Have you actually used this with hot food? Can you guarantee there will be no cracks on the glaze with hot liquids or with the concentrated heat of a flame?