Typical Forming and Firing Processes of Fine Ceramics
Photo : Hot Pressing
Hot Pressing

This forming method involves applying pressure at high temperatures in order to reduce porosity (voids) and produce dense sintered bodies.

A carbon mold is filled with raw powder, which is then heated and pressurized simultaneously from the top and bottom to make a sintered body. This method yields ceramic bodies of simple shapes.

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