Additive Manufacturing of Ceramic-Based Materials (pages 729–754)
Nahum Travitzky, Alexander Bonet, Benjamin Dermeik, Tobias Fey, Ina Filbert-Demut, Lorenz Schlier, Tobias Schlordt and Peter Greil
Article first published online: 8 APR 2014 | DOI: 10.1002/adem.201400097
Main emphasis of this review is laid on the additive manufacturing of ceramic-based composites. Fabrication of ceramic components via three-dimensional printing, selective laser curing, three-dimensional extrusion freeforming, stereolithography, and laminated object manufacturing clearly demonstrates the high potential for materials science adaptation to additive manufacturing. The studies reviewed in this article will add the scientific base and extend the knowledge for designing and processing of novel advanced ceramic-based materials with complex geometry (see e.g.: SiSiC macrocellular functionally graded structures) and thus, will stimulate new fields of their applications.