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Cerambot Launches Eazao Matrix – The New Multi-Materials 3D Printer

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Eazao Matrix – The multi-materials 3D printer
Above: Eazao Matrix – The multi-materials 3D printer/Source: Cerambot

Cerambot, a manufacturer of ceramic 3D printers, has just announced the release of a revolutionary new multi-materials 3D printer capable of large-format prints up to 28 inches in height. Matrix is a next-generation 3D printer for pottery, creative construction, and education that features a patented air chamber extruder and multi-material versatility.

When it comes to 3D printing, 3D-printing makers, professionals, and hobbyists now have high performance and maximum options. Matrix is now available on Kickstarter

Eazao Matrix – Multi-Materials 3D Printer

Eazao Matrix 3D Printer resolution
Above: Eazao Matrix 3D Printer resolution/Source: Cerambot

Matrix is smarter, faster, larger in size, and more powerful than previous devices, with 0.1 mm precision. Matrix is intended to give makers productivity tools for prototyping a wide variety of ceramic models and prototypes.

Its multi-material design allows it to print with a wide range of viscous fluid materials, including waste paper pulp, recycled eggshells, shells ground into shell powder, and plant fibres extracted from food waste, as well as research materials like alumina, zirconium oxide, silicon carbide, and sodium silicate. Matrix is designed for large-format prints and can produce larger ceramic models with a maximum printing area of 500 x 500 x 700mm.

Matrix differentiates itself from the competition by addressing a common frustrating issue with ceramic printers: filling the clay into the material tube before printing, but during the filling process, air bubbles can become trapped in the tube, resulting in incomplete extrusion and a failed print. Matrix was designed with a new exclusive printing extruder to completely eliminate this frustrating problem. An air chamber in this next-generation ceramic extruder removes air from the material tube before it is filled.

“Ceramic 3D printing is one of the most exciting new developments in prototyping and creative arts. But users often struggle with air bubbles trapped in the material that can ruin prints. By listening and working with our worldwide loyal users, we identified this troubling issue and designed a new more advanced extruder to eliminate this problem.”

– Jony Liu, CEO, Cerambot

Liu continued, “We call this new component the Air Chamber Extruder — ACE for short. With the Matrix ACE, air bubbles are absorbed by the Air Chamber as they enter the extruder, completely solving the problem of ruined models caused by air ejecting from the extruder nozzle, greatly improving the success rate of the print.”

Cerambot Matrix Multi-Materials 3D Printer is the ultimate creative tool for anyone who wants to bring their ideas to life with stunning large-scale prints. Matrix is an affordable and capable 3D printer for beginners and experts alike, with user-friendly features. The Matrix series consists of three models: M500, M600, and M700, all of which can produce larger ceramic models, with the M700 offering the largest printing area of 500 x 500 x 700mm. It is now available on Kickstarter, with early adopters receiving special deals and discounts.


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