Webinar | Ceramic Additive Manufacturing: pioneering through cooperation
Start: 11.08.2020 17:00
Ende: 11.08.2020 18:00
Organisiert von ACerS and Lithoz

Webinar | Ceramic Additive Manufacturing: pioneering through cooperation

Unfortunatelly all slots for this webinar are booked out, but you can sign up to receive an email with the link of the recording.

For many, additive manufacturing (AM) means transformation. It offers unique benefits that enable improvements to high value products and more flexible production chain in the ceramic industry.
Join Johannes Homa (CEO at Lithoz) and Dale Cillessen (Sandia National Lab and pioneer in adoption of 3D printing technology), for a webinar where they share a mixture of expertise and strategies on how to start this transformation and maximise the benefits of this game-changing technology. Learn how pioneers validate ceramic 3D printing to successfully integrate additive manufacturing in their workflow.

Topics covered include:
• Crucial success factors for introducing ceramic AM in existing workflow
• How ceramicist can leverage their know-how when setting up an AM process
• A ‘users’ overview of the validation steps (Sandia National Lab)


Johannes Homa
CEO @Lithoz
Many years of research at the Vienna University of Technology equipped Dr. Johannes Homa with extensive technical knowledge of additive manufacturing of high-performance ceramics. In 2011, he co-founded Lithoz GmbH as a spin-off from the TU Vienna. As an expert in ceramic AM, Dr. Homa has written many publications and is also co-inventor of a number of patents in the field. In addition to his role in the company, he has been active as a lecturer in various educational establishments and universities since 2006.
Dale Cillissen
R&D Mechanical Engineer @Sandia National Laboratories
Dale Cillessen, P.E. is a Senior Member of the Technical Staff in the Advance Science Technology Maturation Department at Sandia National Laboratories in Albuquerque, NM. He is the engineering operational lead of Sandia’s metal and ceramic printing facility. His research focuses on developing accurate, repeatable, structurally sound additively manufactured components.