● Lithoz GmbH, provider of industry-trusted ceramic 3D printers and materials, have been confirmed as the global leaders of DLP technology in ceramic 3D printing by 3dpbm Research report
● Report names Lithoz as the top performing company in generated revenue in 2020, as well as in total units sold
● DLP technology used in Lithoz 3D printers forms the largest segment of technical ceramic AM technology, with its total market volume estimated to grow by around 50%
In the latest report issued by 3dpbm Research, acknowledged independent source of information for the additive manufacturing (AM) industry, Lithoz have again confirmed their global number one position in ceramic 3D printing for 2020. In detail, this 2020 top position was achieved in terms of revenue generated as well as in the number of single system units sold.
According to the 3dpbm Research report, Lithoz - amongst the 10 most relevant companies for technical ceramic AM hardware – have contributed the most with their DLP-based CeraFab systems to the total revenue generated on this global AM segment. As a result of Lithoz’s market success here, DLP technology itself forms the largest segment within the entire technical ceramic AM technology market.
When it comes to the number of single system units among the leading manufacturers of industrial level hardware, Lithoz was able to sell the most machines worldwide.
With the entire additive manufacturing industry expected to grow into a $3.6 billion market by 2030, Lithoz as industry pioneers in ceramic manufacturing have been supporting the evolution of this particular technology from a niche market into an integral part of the manufacturing world. According to the report, the market volume of DLP technology-based ceramic 3D systems is be expected to grow considerably by around or above 50% over the next few years. Lithoz will continue to work on its excellence in quality and innovation which will further secure their top position in a growing market.
With two new machine launches in the past two years, Lithoz plan to showcase their latest developments at the upcoming Formnext. The Vienna-based company will present a variety of multimaterial parts, produced using their CeraFab Multi 2M30 multi-material 3D printer, as well as debuting their new CeraFab Lab L30 entry-level printer for the first time in Europe with a live demonstration.