The injection moulding process employs very fine ceramic powders compounded with thermoplastic binders to produce a homogeneous pelletized feedstock. The feedstock is then carried and injected into a cavity mould.
Moulds, that can be designed with customised configurations, permit to form net shaped parts. After forming, the parts are then thermally treated to remove the binder (pyrolysis) and sintered at high temperatures to obtain fully dense ceramic parts. Injection moulding is ideal for high-volume production of complex, tight-tolerance components.
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