Typical Forming Process of Fine Ceramics
Photo : Cutting
Because ceramics are very hard, cutting them after they have been sintered requires considerable energy and specialized tools such as diamond wheels. Considering this, engineers strive to cut or process ceramics into a shape as close to the finished shape as possible before sintering, which involves estimating the degree of shrinkage that will take place during the sintering process. Super hard tools and drills are used in this process.
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