Material-Details: Hydroxyapatit Datasheet


Calcium apatite. Material used in the biomedical engineering to produce bone substitute material. The chemical composition is very similar to the composition of bone.

Advantages & disadvantages

  • Very solid
  • High Resolution
  • High temperature resistance
  • Good wear resistance
  • Not predictable automated
  • Brittle

Price calculation

Industrial Ceramics can be calculated only manuel

  • Manual request

Typical usage

In the medicine it is used as biomaterial for bone replacement (bone graft), partly used in combination with Beta-tricalcium phosphate or as bioactive coating of titanium implants to improve bone incorporation.


Hydroxyapatite is produced in the FCP procedure.FCP means almost ceramic production and is a variation of the SLA process with subsequent refining through burning.

The procedure:

Your model is broken down into layers of 0.2 mm on the computer.
They are sent to the printer. The printer put a 0.2 mm thick layer of a ceramic resin mixture. This mixture hardens now in places where your part is to be created, by a UV laser.
This process is repeated until the component is created.
Now your part is burned, it escapes the resin and compressed the component.
In the end result is a dense ceramic material which is even medically useful.

Cermaic 3D printing technology clarification, methods

Additionnal information

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Design specifications:


Minimum wall thickness

Smallest Detail

Maximum dimension
coming soon

Priority service

For ceramic, we offer unfortunately no Priorityservice



Post-production services will be updated soon. High gloss polishing and Coloring on demand.


Available colors:

White;, more coming soon


Unit Value
Flexural strength g/cm³ 3,14
Compressive strength MPa n/a
Fracture toughness MPan1/2 n/a
Thermal resistance C 2680°C
Impact resistance kJ/m n/a
E-Modul GPa n/a
Water absorption % 0
Chemical resistance Löslich in HNO³
Weather Resistant