A wide range of techniques are employed to form ceramic components, with each technique having specific advantages and disadvantages. These techniques, and how and why they are chosen, are discussed with regards to advanced ceramics.
While the advanced ceramics sector utilises many traditional techniques, it is also at the forefront of newer and novel processes. This is due to the wide range of materials used and the product sizes, shapes and numbers required.
Richard White, Advanced Materials & Processes Principal Consultant, discusses the methods available and the rationale for choosing each method with reference to the desired product. Examples of case studies where Lucideon has helped customers with their forming requirements are used to highlight key issues.
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