Many people would say that the economy is picking up—or at a minimum, no longer stagnant. As their businesses grow, ceramic manufacturers can choose to handle external and internal growth requirements in different ways.
Successful ceramic manufacturing requires the correct identification of phases and an understanding of microstructure in starting powders and finished products.
May 1, 2017
Powder X-ray diffraction (XRD) techniques can trace their origin to the pioneering work of Debye and Scherrer in Europe (1916) and Hull in the U.S. (1917).1 Their results dispelled the belief that grinding a single crystal to a powder would destroy crystallinity.
POWTECH reflects the current state of the art mechanical processing technologies and instrumentation and provides a unique overview for a variety of industries from glass, building materials, and paper to pharmaceuticals, chemicals, and food. Read More
The International Manufacturing Technology Show is one of the largest industrial trade shows in the world. More than 2,000 exhibiting companies will occupy 1.3 million net square feet of exhibit space at the McCormick Place complex in Chicago, Illinois. Read More