Material-Details: Mullite Al6Si2O13 Datasheet


Al6Si2O13, Aluminosilcate. Good temperature resistance, low thermal conductivity and high electrical resistance.

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

The initial mineral Kaolinite produces mullite as an essential component in the production of porcelain and tiles as well as fireclay bricks.


Mullite is produced in the procedure of FCP. 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 there is a dense ceramic material which is even medically useful.

Cermaic 3D printing technology clarification, procedure

Additionnal information

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Design specifications:


Minimum wall thickness

Smallest Detail

Maximum dimension
coming soon

Priority service

We offer unfortunately no Priority service for ceramic



Post-production services will be updated soon. High gloss polishing and staining 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