Article - 21 Sep 2005
Excessive grinding forces acting on grinding surfaces cause defects during grinding of fragile materials. A new grinding system (regulated force feeding, RFF) has been developed in order to minimize...
Article - 22 Nov 2008
Key factors for successful machining are proper machining speeds and coolant. Macor machinable glass ceramic can be machined with high speed tools, but carbide tools are strongly recommended for...
Article - 1 Aug 2006
Excessive forces acting on grinding surfaces cause defects on specimen during grinding. Removal depth and table feeding rate are the only controlling factors for a conventional grinding system. A...
Article - 19 Sep 2013
Advanced ceramics are being extensively used in defence and aerospace industries.
Article - 22 Nov 2010
In this paper, effect of metallic aluminum as a grinding additive on high-energy milling and sintering is investigated. Effect of sintering additives on sintering is also investigated in conjunction...
Article - 30 Mar 2020
AZoMaterials spoke to Scott Mittl, Vice President of Sales at Insaco®, about how composite materials are defined, how composites are machined by Insaco, and the expected direction of CMC materials in...
SPEX SamplePrep is the leader in providing superior laboratory equipment, meeting the needs of scientists for over 50 years. Their mills, grinders, presses and fusion fluxers have become the industry...
Article - 28 Jan 2003
Ceramic tipped saw blades offer advantages over more conventional carbide tipped blades. Some comon questions are answered about their processing such as what ceramics are used, why are they so...
Article - 15 May 2014
AZoM talks to Scott D. Mittl, Sales Engineer at Insaco, regarding the applications and benefits of diamond grinding technical ceramics.
Article - 2 Jun 2011
When selecting an engineering ceramic, the component should be machined by experts who appreciate the microstructure-property relationships.