As structural components, most industrial ceramics require precision machining, especially those with complex shapes and high precision requirements. Due to shrinkage and deformation of the ceramics during sintering, it needs to be precision machined as dimension tolerance and surface finish are difficult to meet requirements after that. In addition to achieving dimension accuracy and improving surface finish, it can also eliminate surface defects. Therefore, precision machining of ceramics is an indispensable and critical process.
Pressing is the most widely used forming process, which is especially suitable for ceramic products with kinds of small thicknesses.Read More
Sintering is the process of compacting and forming a solid mass of material by heat or pressure without melting it to the point of liquefaction.Read More
There are three kinds of grinding methods, such as Cylindrical Grinding, Outside Diameter Grinding and Inside Diameter Grinding.Read More
Plane grinding is the most common of the grinding operations. This will also attain a desired surface for a functional purpose.Read More
CNC milling has been regarded as one of the most widely used operations in machining.Read More
To ensure the manufactured products with no defect, all products have to pass the test by precision testing instrument before leaving factory.Read More