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Typical Forming Process of Fine Ceramics
Photo : Cold Isostatic Press (CIP)
Cold Isostatic Press (CIP)

This forming method involves pressing dried and granulated raw materials into a shape close to that of the finished product.

The granulated raw materials are poured into a rubber mold. The mold is then put in a high-pressure container, where hydraulic pressure is applied evenly from all directions (isostatic pressing) in order to provide uniform, highly dense compaction. This method is ideal for forming products with large dimensions.

Image : Rubber Pressing
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