I want to print a structure of alumina, and the 3D printer that I am using is an extrusion-based printer. So I need your help in knowing that what composition (binders and deflocculant) of alumina will be suitable to print the 3D structure in such a manner that it holds its structure (as it is printed)? And to what extent should rheological properties be maintained so that structure doesn't fail?

  • $\begingroup$ How are you going to turn the slurry into a solid? Existing processes for similar things (eg Saffil fibres) require rapidly heating the slurry in a furnace. $\endgroup$ – matt_black Feb 13 at 11:54

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