Zetamix, easy made ceramic and metal 3D printing


Zetamix is a brand of ceramic and metal filaments compatible with FFF printers. A wide variety of material is available : Alumina, Zirconia, Black Zirconia, 316L and H13 steel.


Nanoe also supply a Raise3D printer compatible with Zetamix filaments, and a debinding and sintering equipment.

Use case

Zetamix trailing shield : how 3D printing improves orbital welding process

During the orbital welding process, air contamination can occur and affect the quality of the weld. To solve this issue, Orbital-service, a company specialized in orbital welding and who aims to develop a tailor made products and solutions for cutting-edge orbital welding systems, decides to create tailor made tig nozzle thanks to Zetamix.

High precision tooling thanks to Zetamix technology

Discover How MGB, a woldwide company specialized in the manufacturing of precision screws made by bar turning, uses 3D printing to parlty anneal metal parts

Small series luxury parts thanks to Zetamix

Rozan is a handicraft belt company based in France. They follow one goal: providing high quality belts by promoting excellence and local know-how while exploring new shaping processes and new materials. Thus, their belts are made with local and high-quality leather, Limoges’ porcelain and Zetamix 3D printing.

Zetamix in laboratories : zirconia susceptors for microwave sintering

CRISMAT laboratory is a French Mixed Research Unit (UMR 6508) under the triple supervision of CNRS, ENSICAEN and the University of Caen Normandy. This laboratory is specialized in crystallography and materials sciences. One of the research groups is working on the synthesis and the optimization of the functional and structural properties of ceramics materials, but also on the improvement of sintering and development of innovative shaping processes. Recently, the development of flash microwave sintering as emerged. In this context, they use Zetamix 3D printing to create specific major component: Zirconia susceptors.


Zetamix, in a collaboration with The LEAT and thanks to the new Epsilon Filament, managed to 3D print a brand-new innovative RF Deflector with unique properties.

Original ceramic bracelets printed with ceramic Zetamix technologies

Technical Ceramic is a choice material for luxury jewels for years. Since the creation of ceramic watches from Rado, Chanel and Cartier during the years 00’s, the material is widely used to design bold and colorful jewels. Neckless, rings or bracelets, Zirconia seduces thank to its wear resistance, its hypoallergenic properties and its original aspect.

Resistant helmet bracket thanks to Zetamix

The Royal Dutch Navy relies on new technologies including Zetamix 3d printing to revolutionize its production process. Indeed, with the need for spare parts for each mission, being able to produce these parts on the spot instead of ordering and managing stock would be a significant improvement.

Revolutionizing Industrial Lubrication with Zetamix Stainless Steel Filaments: The Story of MGB

One of the challenges MGB encountered in precision screw production is the risk of overheating, which can lead to serious damage to both the product and equipment. To prevent this issue, an industrial lubricant is typically sprayed onto the entire installation. However, due to safety concerns, the spraying nozzle is positioned at a distance from the cooling zone, leading to imprecise lubrication, wasted energy, and lubricant.

Design Freedom and Cost Optimization: Safran Reosc’s Journey with Zetamix SiC Filament

Safran Reosc, a subsidiary of Safran Electronics & Defense and part of its Space Division, is a world leader in high-performance optomechanical systems. With a focus on designing and manufacturing premium optical components for Astronomy, Space, Defense, and the laser industry, Safran Reosc has established a reputation for delivering cutting-edge solutions for over 85 years.

Porcelain 3D Printed Innovative Tableware

JL Coquet, , a renowned Limoges Porcelain manufacturer, have reimagined the art of table decor by integrating advanced technology with traditional craftsmanship.

Empowering Solar Receiver Manufacturing with Zetamix Black Zirconia 3D Printing Filament

After investigating and evaluating the thermal shock resistance of 3D-printed porous Black Zirconia cubes under conditions simulating concentrated solar beam exposure to emphasizing the material's performance in solar power applications. Fernando posted a detailed article about his research on Crystals, the open access journal that covers all aspects of crystalline material research in different nucleation, growth, processing, and characterization of crystalline and liquid crystalline materials.

CEA’s Success with Zetamix SiC 3D-Printed Mixer

In the pursuit of clean energy solutions, CEA, the dynamic French research powerhouse faced a challenge in crafting precise neodymium magnets, created at a scorching 1600 degrees Celsius. A crucial component missing was a mixer resilient to high temperatures and chemical reactions. Traditional materials failed, leading CEA to seek innovative solutions.

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