Additive manufacturing (AM) of ceramics doesn’t seem to garner the same attention as AM for plastics and metals. Our industry is smaller, and our products are more often behind the scenes in applications. Ceramic processing is also more complicated in many ways than that for plastics and metals.
The UK Electro-Ceramics business produces a range of piezo and dielectric ceramic products used in a wide range of industrial, electronics, medical and defense applications.
March 6, 2017
Morgan Advanced Materials plc recently announced that it has agreed to the sale of its UK Electro-Ceramics business, comprising two sites at Ruabon and Southampton, to CeramTec UK Ltd., a fully owned subsidiary of CeramTec GmbH.
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In April 2016, Kyocera International Inc. began a $10 million expansion project for its Vancouver, Wash., manufacturing facility, increasing the existing 40,000-sq-ft space by 45% to 58,000 sq ft. Originally built in 1992 as a R&D center for advanced ceramic materials, the location now produces high-value-added engineered ceramic components for structural, functional and mechanical applications on a custom order basis.