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Radio frequency (RF) heating and drying systems were first developed in the early 1940s and have been used by the ceramic and glass fiber industries for over 50 years.
For the first time in its 133-year history, the Rookwood Pottery Co. has opened its own boutique to showcase its full line of art pieces.
Digital technology has made rapid inroads in ceramic tile printing, and is capable of making the same impact in architectural glass decoration and other ceramic and glass applications.
Terminal 5 of Chicago O’Hare International Airport recently underwent renovation that included the installation of digital ceramic printed glass.
"Very weird. Strangest material I ever saw,” says Lyle Levine, materials physicist at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).
The application of impulse burning in ceramic combustion began in 1958. The combustion was mainly done with light or heavy oil.
A team of material scientists, chemical engineers and physicists from the University of Pennsylvania has made another advance in their effort to use liquid crystals as a medium for assembling structures.
Under compact prosecution, examiners were expected to prosecute a patent application thoroughly in the first USPTO action.
The Society of Glass and Ceramic Decorated Products (SGCDpro) will celebrate 50 years during Deco ’14 in Pittsburgh, Pa., birthplace of SGCDpro.
A recent survey found that a growing number of Americans say recycling is important to them and significantly impacts their food and beverage purchasing decisions.
I’ve been doing a fair amount of traveling lately, and I had a somewhat below-average experience while checking out of one hotel.