The European Ceramic Society


Nov 23, 2022

Chemical Scientist / Engineer - ADMATEC

Additive manufacturing or 3D printing technologies represent a promising market in the materials sector to realize adapted and functional parts. One of the most widely used technologies is DLP (Digital Light Processing) or VAT polymerization. Admatec Europe develops and produces 3D printers based on this technology.

Admatec Europe is specialized in additive manufacturing of ceramics and metals. Admatec designs and manufactures printers and develops various ceramic and metallic feedstocks for printing. The current Admaflex 3D printing technology in the market is based on layerby-layer curing of photosensitive polymers containing metal or ceramic powders. During the printing process, the layers are added and cured with help of UV-photo curing. After the printing, the parts are cleaned and then thermal de-binded and sintered to a dense material. Our sister company Formatec Technical Ceramics B.V. produces ceramic and metal parts by injection molding and printing. Both companies are part of Formatec Holding owned by Nano Dimension and are therewith a division of an international world player on Additive Manufacturing.

Additive manufacturing of powder metallurgical materials is a combination of three consecutive and connected factors, first the preparation of polymers-based slurries or feedstocks, then the 3D shaping process and finally the de-binding and sintering. To complete our current team, we are looking for a Chemistry Scientist / Engineer, for developing high filled polymer systems.

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