WEBINAR: How Can You Use FDM to Print Ceramics and Metals?

FDM ceramics
Tuesday 22 June 2021, 16:00 to 17:00
FDM, or Fused Deposition Modeling, printing is one of the most popular 3D printing processes. For this method, thermoplastics are by far the most used materials, in particular PLA, PETG, and ABS as they are easy to print with, especially for beginners. However, these are not the only materials that can be used. Though metal and ceramics are usually thought of in terms of technologies like powder bed fusion and material jetting, both are also available in filament form, making them compatible with FDM printers. These filaments are attractive because they have many superior physical properties compared to polymers such as higher durability and resistance to heat. But how does the technology work? What do you need to know in order to successfully print with ceramic and metal filaments?
To find out more about printing with ceramic and metal filaments, join 3Dnatives latest webinar “How can you use FDM to print Ceramics and Metals?” on June 22nd at 4PM CEST (10AM EDT). We will be joined by Nanoe, a leading manufacturer of materials compatible with most FDM printers on the market, and Novadditive, a specialized center dedicated to providing easy access to on-demand and customized ceramic parts. Nanoe launched its brand Zetamix back in 2018, offering ceramic and metal filaments. The webinar will cover the technology and the 3D printing processes, including debinding and sintering, for ceramic and metal FDM printing and case studies, followed by a Q&A. You can register for free below!


  • 4:00-4:10PM – Introduction – 3Dnatives
  • 4:10-4:25PM – Presentation of technology and 3D printing process
  • 4:25-4:45PM – Case Studies
  • 4:45-5:00PM – Q&A