3D Printing

Based on nearly 40 years of experience formulating exceptional high temperature ceramic coatings, ZYP Coatings is proud to present its first line of ready-to-use ceramic pastes formulated for 3D printing. Prior to a commercial launch, the pastes were tested and implemented for 3D printing projects within the Materials Science and Technology Division at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. The solvent-based pastes can be used in extrusion-based Paste Deposition Modeling (PDM) 3D printers, similar to desktop Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) printers used for polymers, except no heat is required

3D Cer-Paste SC
Description

Based on nearly 40 years of experience formulating exceptional high temperature ceramic coatings, ZYP Coatings is proud to present its first line of ready-to-use ceramic pastes formulated for 3D printing. Prior to a commercial launch, the pastes were tested and implemented for 3D printing projects within the Materials Science and Technology Division at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. The solvent-based pastes can be used in extrusion-based Paste Deposition Modeling (PDM) 3D printers, similar to desktop Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) printers used for polymers, except no heat is required. Once dry, parts printed with 3D Cer-Paste SC can be sintered in a standard fashion without warping or cracking. Depending on the sintering conditions, the resulting ceramic can possess low porosity, high resistance to corrosion and excellent wear resistance.

Key Attributes
  • Solvent-based formula is easily printed with common, inexpensive 3D printer assemblies
  • No heat required for printing
  • Once dry, printed ceramic pieces can be sintered in a standard fashion
  • Does not crack or warp during sintering
  • Sintering up to 1900-2000 C produces a ceramic with >90% theoretical density
  • Corrosion resistant
  • Excellent wear resistance
Ideal Use
  • Aerospace or aeronautical applications
  • Thermal shock-resistant insulation
  • High temperature corrosion-resistant fixtures
Datasheet

Link to PDF datasheet: 3-D Cer-Paste SC

3D Cer-Paste ZRP
Description

Based on nearly 40 years of experience formulating exceptional high temperature ceramic coatings, ZYP Coatings is proud to present its first line of ready-to-use ceramic pastes formulated for 3D printing. Prior to a commercial launch, the pastes were tested and implemented for 3D printing projects within the Materials Science and Technology Division at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. The solvent-based pastes can be used in extrusion-based Paste Deposition Modeling (PDM) 3D printers, similar to desktop Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) printers used for polymers, except no heat is required. Once dry, parts printed with 3D Cer-Paste ZRP can be sintered in air up to temperatures of 1500 C without warping or cracking. The resulting ceramic possesses low density, high resistance to corrosion and excellent thermal shock resistance. End uses that require insulation for fast heating and cooling would be ideal for ceramic parts printed with 3D Cer-Paste ZRP.

Key Attributes
  • Solvent-based formula is easily printed with common, inexpensive 3D printer assemblies
  • No heat required
  • Once dry, printed ceramic pieces can be fired in air up to 1500 C
  • Does not crack or warp during sintering
  • Low density ceramic: 2.75 g/cm3
  • Corrosion resistant
Ideal Use
  • Aerospace or aeronautical applications
  • Thermal shock-resistant insulation
  • High temperature corrosion-resistant fixtures
Datasheet

Link to PDF Datasheet: 3D Cer-Paste ZRP