Typical Forming Process of Fine Ceramics
Photo : Dry Pressing
Dry Pressing

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

Granulated raw materials fill a metallic mold, and pressure is applied from the top and bottom (uniaxial press) to achieve highly dense compaction. This method is ideal for mass-producing semi-complex machinery parts which require high levels of dimensional accuracy.

Image : Dry Pressing
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