Process Development of Porcelain Ceramic Material with Binder Jetting Process for Dental Applications Academic Article uri icon


  • 2016, The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society. Custom ceramic structures possess significant potentials in many applications such as dentistry and aerospace where extreme environments are present. Specifically, highly customized geometries with adequate performance are needed for various dental prostheses applications. This paper demonstrates the development of process and post-process parameters for a dental porcelain ceramic material using binder jetting additive manufacturing (AM). Various process parameters such as binder amount, drying power level, drying time and powder spread speed were studied experimentally for their effect on geometrical and mechanical characteristics of green parts. In addition, the effects of sintering and printing parameters on the qualities of the densified ceramic structures were also investigated experimentally. The results provide insights into the processproperty relationships for the binder jetting AM process, and some of the challenges of the process that need to be further characterized for the successful adoption of the binder jetting technology in high quality ceramic fabrications are discussed.

published proceedings

  • JOM

altmetric score

  • 3

author list (cited authors)

  • Miyanaji, H., Zhang, S., Lassell, A., Zandinejad, A., & Yang, L. i.

citation count

  • 74

complete list of authors

  • Miyanaji, Hadi||Zhang, Shanshan||Lassell, Austin||Zandinejad, Amirali||Yang, Li

publication date

  • March 2016