In the simultaneous manufacturing of CerAM components, the various materials are combined during the molding process and then debinded and sintered together. The advantage of this approach is that the functional materials can also be integrated inside the component and thus there is a higher degree of freedom in the design. In addition, only one thermal treatment step is necessary. However, this requires that the shrinkage behavior of the different materials is similar and is adjusted beforehand. Consequently, a smaller material portfolio is available compared to sequential manufacturing.