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15-04-2021 | Ceramics | News | Article
3D-Printed Ceramic Components
Ceramtec has implemented a 3D printing process for the production of construction elements made from a new technical ceramics material. The company combines the special material properties of silicon carbide with the advantages of the fast, cost-effective process.
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Refractories Manual – Special Edition of Interceram
22-06-2021 - 23-06-2021 | Materials Technology | Event
ceramitec conference 2021
The ceramitec conference, a conference with accompanying exhibition, will take place in Munich on June 22 and 23, 2021. The topics will be technical ceramics, additive manufacturing, powder metallurgy, process control, and equipment supply and materials.
07-07-2021 - 08-07-2021 | Materials Technology | United Kingdom | Event
Ceramics UK brings together a highly focused audience from industry, academia and commercial R&D involved in the latest technical ceramic solutions.
29-09-2021 - 30-09-2021 | Materials Technology | Event
International Colloquium on Refractories 2021
From September 29 - 30, 2021, the 64th International Colloquium on Refractories with accompanying trade exhibition will take place in Aachen. The event consists of a scientific colloquium and an industrial exhibition with suppliers of raw materials, machinery, services and knowledge for the refractory industry.
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