Kwambio: first Ceramics 3D printer in the world

3D printed ceramics on-demand



Kwambio is a 3D printing company with a full-service manufacturing facility located in Ukraine, as well as offices and showrooms in London and New York. By being both a service provider and a manufacturer of 3D printers, the company became renowned for its innovations in three major markets: medical, industrial, and consumer.

How does Kwambio work?

Kwambio’s proprietary binder jetting technology for powders reduces manufacturing time by 90%, compared to traditional ceramics machinery.

Kwambio’s technology can be used in high-end design, art, industrial applications, and healthcare. The most complicated geometric shapes (usually impossible to create using traditional means) can be completed quickly and easily with our printer. Check out Kwambio cases to learn more.

Success story

In 2018, Kwambio became a part of Stanley+Techstars Additive Manufacturing Accelerator in Hartford, Connecticut. This was a major push in the development of a new material: a mix of ceramic powder with aluminum oxide which is used for engineering and metal casting. It has a higher density and a low firing shrinkage. It can be used in metallurgy, as it withstands contact with melted metal with temperatures up to 1300°C (the majority of alloys). It is also a strong dielectric and can be used to manufacture complex leached rods. Kwambio has sealed a strong partnership with Stanley Black & Decker, and a few other corporations. A new material is still in the works, but it definitely could be used on Kwambio’s 3D printers – Ceramo Zero Max and Ceramo Two, and be a nice addition and a game-changer for businesses and individuals with product ideas.

About this Show Case






binder-jetting, proprietary clay- and glass-based 3D printing materials



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