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CAM-LEM Begins Operations

August 6, 2000
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CAM-LEM, Inc. has started its commercial operations for prototyping and limited-scale production of ceramic and metal components directly from three-dimensional computer models. According to the company, it has developed expertise in an array of leading-edge technologies that together provide a suite of solutions to the manufacturing challenges associated with prototyping these parts.

The new Inteform process, for example, reportedly exploits a recently patented joining technology. The process bonds molded or green-machined powdered metal or ceramic component sections in the green state, such that during conventional sintering the sections fuse to form high-integrity, gas-tight components.

For additional information, call (216) 268-2041 or fax (216) 851-5517.


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