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Ceramic Material

Ceramic is an inorganic, non-metallic solid. Used in a wide range of industries, ceramic has been a material of choice for demanding parts that require high resistance to heat, corrosion, and wear. 

Today, ceramic injection molding (CIM) services from Phillips-Medisize make it possible to manufacture this durable material into small and micro-sized parts with complex geometries.

Ceramic Properties

Combine ceramic materials and ceramic injection molding (CIM), and you get these benefits: 

  • Small, highly complex geometries you can’t get with other forming processes, such as pressed powder and machining 
  • High strength 
  • Superior corrosion resistance 
  • Complex geometries without machining 
  • Excellent surface finish 
  • Overall part size and weight reduction 
  • Consolidation of multiple components into a single design 
  • Reduction of part count and assembly time 

 

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Durable, Complex Ceramic Parts Can Stand the Toughest Applications
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