Hydrothermal-assisted Transient Binder Jetting Technology
Our new HTBJ technology can fabricate high-density ceramic and composite materials with locally tailorable microstructures and compositions under mild conditions, enabling highly programmable properties that have never existed.
Our patented ceramic 3D printing technology* can print ceramic structures of arbitrary geometric complexity without the need for building the additional support required in traditional methods.
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Our 3D printing technology can reliably tune properties of bi-continuous piezocomposites, an emerging material with both excellent flexibility and piezoelectricity.
Multi-scale, Multi-material Additive Manufacturing
Our technology can fabricate structures with multiple types of materials spanning multiple scales, providing an effective solution for numerous biomedical applications.
Our 3D printing technology can print novel and complex piezoelectric components for biomedical engineers in ultrasonic imaging.