3DCeram Sintx Technologies and Sinto Partners Up for ceramic AM

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3DCeram and Sintx Develop New Materials
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3DCeram has developed several new resins and ceramic additive manufacturing procedures thanks to a collaboration between Sinto and Sintx Technologies. Through this partnership, the companies hope to build upon and expand their capabilities in high-value resin production, ceramic component 3D printing, and advanced thermal processing. The biomedical and investment casting sectors are the primary targets of the partnership.

The potential for developing a silicon nitride-based resin with applications in the medical field has us quite optimistic. Sintx Technologies CEO Dr. Sonny Bal predicts that 3D-printed silicon nitride devices will significantly impact the medical and technical sectors in which Sintx Technologies operates in the future. To Sintx’s CEO: “We believe that the combination of 3DCeram’s production scale printers and Sintx’s resin formulation and densification expertise will provide the market with superior quality components.”

Sintx and 3DCeram have extensive backgrounds in advanced ceramics and additive manufacturing, and they hope to use their combined expertise to increase the global uptake of ceramics made using the latter method. Sinto America CEO Michael Halsband remarked, “There has been interest for these capabilities globally. The requirement for silica-based resin is especially great in the investment casting sector. The solutions we develop together have the potential to transform these markets completely.

Outcome of the Press Release About 3DCeram Sinto and Sintx

Statements in this press release that are not historical facts are forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 (PSLRA). These statements include but are not limited to, expectations that SINTX will be successful in developing 3D printed silicon nitride devices, expectations that the combination of SINTX’s resin formulation and densification expertise with 3DCeram’s production scale printers will provide the market with components of superior quality, and expectations that the collaboration may result in additional Actual outcomes may vary from those projected in such forward-looking statements due to several risks and uncertainties.

3DCeram Sintx Technologies and Sinto Partners Up for ceramic AM
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SINTX’s products may not prove to be as effective as other products currently being commercialized or to be commercialized in the future by competitors; risks inherent in manufacturing and scaling up to commercial quantities while maintaining quality controls; volatility in the price of SINTX’s common stock; the uncertainties inherent in new product development, including the cost and timing of bringing a new product to market; and other factors.

Investors are warned not to rely on forward-looking statements representing management’s current estimates, forecasts, assumptions, and opinions and speak only as of the date they are made. Due to certain risks and uncertainties, including those discussed in SINTX’s Risk Factors disclosure in its Annual Report on Form 10-K, filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on March 29, 2023, and in SINTX’s other filings with the SEC, there can be no assurance that any of the anticipated results will occur on time or at all.

About 3DCeram Sinto Inc.: Regarding 3D ceramic printing, 3DCeram Sinto Inc. is your go-to turnkey source. To better serve their customers, from R&D innovation centers to large-scale industrial manufacturers of technical ceramics, 3DCERAM SINTO has created a comprehensive solution based on the company’s exclusive laser stereolithographic technology. For more details on the complete offerings and solutions see:

About Sintx: Sintx Technologies is a leading provider of innovative ceramics for the biomedical, industrial, and transportation sectors. Since 2008, SINTX’s products—which it developed, patented, and manufactured—have been implanted in individuals worldwide. Over the past two years, Sintx has expanded into new areas through mergers and strategic partnerships. The firm has factories in both Utah and Maryland. For more details on the complete offerings and solutions see:

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