Lithoz is an Austrian manufacturer of 3D printers and materials, focusing primarily on ceramics, that offers additive manufacturing solutions for everyone from beginners all the way to users who are interested in industrial series production. In addition to the CeraFab Lab L30, which is primarily aimed at beginners, their product portfolio also includes the CeraFab Multi 2M30, CeraFab System Medical S65, CeraFab System S25, S65 and S230. Thanks to its compact shape, the CeraFab Lab L30 is not only extremely user-friendly, but it also promises users increased cost-effectiveness. Above all, this 3D printer is ideally suited for the production of ceramic prototypes and small batches, as it is considered a very reliable printer within the entry-level class. It is based on the first CeraFab 7500 machine, further developing on that already popular model. As a result, the CeraFab Lab L30 can even achieve the printed quality that normally corresponds to that of conventionally manufactured components.

Features of the CeraFab Lab L30

The shop-friendly 3D printer has a build volume of 76 x 43 x 170 mm, while its overall machine size is 0.75 x 0.55 x 1.6 m and weight is 150 kg. Lithoz’s CeraFab Lab L30, which is based on a high-quality LCM (Lithography-based Ceramic Manufacturing) manufacturing technology, is compatible with ceramic materials and was launched in 2021. With its ability to print 100 layers per hour, it additionally convinces beginners with its layer thickness of 25 – 100 µm as well as with its automatic material output.

Whether in the medical, industrial, aerospace or aeronautics sectors, the CeraFab Lab L30 offers its users in different fields an intuitive operability, easy maneuverability in tight spaces as well as a reliable long-term quality – the optimal 3D printer when it comes to entry into ceramic 3D printing. Additionally, with the Lithoz 3D printer you will experience an almost limitless design freedom thanks to their patented LCM process, which can open up new markets and applications. There is also the possibility of developing and using your own materials.