Ceramic shaping methods
Economic, technical and constructive aspects must be taken into consideration when selecting a suitable ceramic shaping method. Sembach offers five ceramic shaping methods, i.e. ceramic injection molding, micro-injection molding, extrusion and dry pressing – Rapid prototyping is a special process that is particularly suited to the manufacture of small batches and individual pieces. The most sophisticated structures can be produced using a 5-axis-milling machine. These methods have one thing in common: precision and quality for small or large batches, from the simplest to the most complex components.
Ceramic shaping allows exact implementation of construction specifications
The range of ceramic materials is varied. Each material has particular properties that meet most varied requirements. Thermal expansion, thermal conductivity, insulation or strength are just four of the many variable characteristics of ceramic materials. Ceramic shaping methods process these materials. Construction specifications are implemented as precisely as possible ensuring that application-specific requirements for the component are fully met.
Shaping methods guarantee best price and performance
Ceramic shaping and its different methods allow custom-made components that fit precisely into the respective application. Four different shaping methods can be used for manufacturing thus ensuring the best possible price-to-performance ratio.
Sembach offers four different shaping methods – dry pressing, extrusion, injection molding (CIM), micro-injection molding and Rapid prototyping. This allows a solution for almost any task.