Manufacturing Custom Ceramic Parts of Complex Geometries
Producing a finished ceramic part quickly and efficiently requires processes yielding
shapes requiring little or no grinding or machining after their forming and firing. To achieve
this Ceramco combines the manufacturing technique:
near-net shaping and the process methods of power injection molding (PIM), or
lithography-based ceramic manufacturing (LCM) also called 3D printing. These methods are
High Pressure Ceramic Injection Molding -Near-net shaped automated
production quantities* of 50,000 (or more) annually.
High Pressure Ceramic Micro Injection Molding -Near-net shaped automated
production quantities* as small as 0.05 grams.
Additive or Lithography-based Ceramic
Manufacturing - Rapid prototyping in days with no tooling! Components and micro-components
in production quantities*, with the same quality as PIM produced parts, with no die lock,
or demolding issues.
*Quantities are approximate. Many factors determine the appropriate manufacturing process.
Ceramco manufactures custom ceramic components and enjoys on-going relationships with businesses
of all sizes in dozens of industries, in addition to the markets showcased at the top of this page,
Cable & Fiber Optics
Electric & Gas Welding Equipment
Electrical Apparatus & Wiring
The showcased markets at the top of this page were selected to illustrate the
scope of environmental extremes and application requirements Ceramco’s custom components routinely