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caracteristicas de los ceramicos

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1.1.1 Machinning Characteristics Versatile in term of producing diferent shapes. Can be applied to virtually any solid material. High degree of accuracy. Used for Pistons, screws, turbines. material processing Ceramics wood metals plastics
1.1.2 Jiggering and Jollying Used for: Producing tableware and are distinguished by the depth of the shapes they produced Characteristics Allows complete control of the thicknesses and shapes of sections Can be cost-effective than slip casting Less prone to distortion than cast pots.
1.1.3 Turning Characteristics Low or high volume production runs Can, have low tooling costs In standard turning parts are limited to circular profiles Used for: Bowls, plates door handles pestles ceramic electrical insulators furniture Materlal processing metal good plastic ceramics
1.2 Sheet
1.2.1 Water Jet cutting Characteristics No tool contact, therefore no edge deformation. Can be used to cut very fine details in a variety of materials of different thckness Used for Decorative architectural panels and stones Material processing Glass stone metals
1.2.2 Lasser cutting Characteristics No tool wear, minimal clamping and it offers a a consistent highly accurate cut Suited to a range of materials. Not post treatment of edges Used for Model components, surgical instruments, wooden toys, metal meshes and filters. Material processing metal wood plastic paper ceramic glass
1.3 Thin & hollow
1.3.1 Slip Casting Characteristics Ideal for producing hollwo ware. Complex forms can easily be achieved Efficient use of material Lends itself well to low-production runs. Used for Any type of hollow product, from one-off pieces of tableware such as teapots Material processing Ceramic
1.4 Into Solid
1.4.1 Sintering Characteristics Suited to components with varying wall thcikness Efficient use of materials. Parts have good nondirectional properties Requires a number of different stages Used for Production of bearings, where the allows lubricants to flow through the actual bearings Material processing Ceramic metal plastic glass
1.4.2 Hot Isostatic Characteristics Produces parts of high density with no porosity Provides an efficient use of material Costly setup Shrinkage can be problematic Used for The cost of the operation limits its use to high-spec components that require high physical and mechanical properties, such as turbine-engine componetns and orthopaedic Material processing Ceramic metal plastics
1.4.3 Compression molding Characteristics Ideal for forming thermoset plastics Ideal for producing parts that require large, thick-walled, solid sections. Used for Melamine kitchenware (bowls, cups, and similar products). Material processing Ceramic Plastic
1.5 Complex
1.5.1 Ceramic injection moulding Characteristics Highly versatile in terms of molding different shapes. Cost-effective parts. Can involve long lead times Used for candy packaging (tic tac boxes) medical implants Material processing Ceramic
1.5.2 Viscous plastic processing Characteristics Limited number of manufacturers. The process can be applied to a wide range of ceramic materials and offers materials with good green strength Used for Flat componetns, substrates for electrical components, kiln furniture, springs, rods and tubes, strenght in green-state cups, body armor, and biomedical applications. Material Processing Ceramic
1.6 Advanced
1.6.1 Contour Crafting Characteristics Quick production Paper is cheap compared to alternative plastic resines and is readily avialable. Used for In the medical industry, to reproduce x-rays in a phisical form to help surgeons to plan ahead of operation, and in dentistry to enable orthodontis to create molds Material processing Ceramics composites
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