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Journal of the Society of Materials Engineering for Resources of Japan
Abstracts Three Dimensional Printing (3DPTM) is an outstanding method for fabricating complex 3D-shaped parts, that cannot be obtained by the conventional methods such as dry press, sheet stack, tape casting, and so on. In order to accomplish green part retrieval from ceramic powder-bed, it is indispensable to study redispersion technology. For the purpose, the effects of redispersion on Al2O3, SiO2, TiO2, and MR2 ceramic powder beds were investigated with special reference to the moleculardoi:10.5188/jsmerj.13.64 fatcat:ys7otbqjdzfrnges6njv6ujnv4