3D Ceram, a company based in Limoges who provide 3D ceramic printing solutions, are the latest organisation to join a consortium bringing together 18 European, industrial and institutional partners to work on the H2020 AMITIE project (Additive Manufacturing Initiative Transnational Innovation in Europe). Won by the University of Limoges, this project brings together all stakeholders in the field of 3D printing.
3D Ceram staff will collaborate on work aimed at developing additive manufacturing technology compatible for use with ceramic products.
This is a major achievement for the company, who are aiming to become a leader in the field of 3D ceramic printing.
For more information on the H2020 AMITIE project, go to: http://www.rise-amitie.eu/