Our Ceramic Injection Molding Service

  • Complex Shapes

    Intricate geometries and fine features can be molded to net shape, minimizing secondary machining of hard ceramics.

  • Material Options

    Various ceramics like alumina, zirconia, silicon carbide, and composites can be formulated to optimize specific properties.

  • Precision Tolerances

    Excellent dimensional control down to ±0.002 inches is possible for small, complex ceramic components using ceramic injection molding.

Gallery of Ceramic Injection Molding Parts

Custom ceramic injection molding services deliver high-performance, complex and precision-molded ceramic components tailored to meet specific application requirements across industries.
  • Cim Parts
    Cim Parts
  • Alumnia Cim Parts
    Alumnia Cim Parts
  • Medical Cim Parts
    Medical Cim Parts
  • Threaded Cim Parts
    Threaded Cim Parts
  • Alumnia Cim Part
    Alumnia Cim Part
  • Custom Cim Parts
    Custom Cim Parts

Ceramic Injection Molding Material Selection

Ceramic Injection Molding Surface Finishes

Post-molding ceramic injection molding surface treatments include diamond grinding, laser etching, glass beading, secondary machining, coatings, and hot isostatic pressing to enhance properties.

Surface TreatmentDescriptionApplications
GlazingAdds a glossy and protective layer to the ceramic surface.Tableware, decorative items.
PolishingAchieves a smooth and reflective surface finish.Optical components, jewelry.
Diamond GrindingPrecision grinding for tight tolerances and smooth finish.Mechanical components, tools.
Plasma EtchingRemoves surface impurities and enhances adhesion.Semiconductor components.
SinteringApplies heat to bond particles, creating a denser structure.Engineering ceramics, tools.
Surface CoatingAdds a protective layer for improved wear resistance.Cutting tools, machinery parts.
Laser MarkingCreates permanent markings with high precision.Medical devices, electronics.
MetallizationDeposits a thin metal layer for electrical conductivity.Electronics, sensors.
Thermal SprayingCoats the surface with melted ceramic particles.Thermal barrier coatings.
Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD)Deposits thin films of ceramic material.Semiconductors, optics.

Ceramic Injection Molding Applications

  • Aerospace Cim Parts
    Aerospace Cim Parts
    Aerospace Cim Parts

    Ceramic injection molding enables fabrication of precision components like nozzle guides, turbine blades and ceramic matrix composites able to withstand extreme environments.

  • Medical Cim Part
    Medical Cim Part
    Medical Cim Part

    Inertness allows ceramics to be molded into implantables like orthopedic joint replacements, dental implants, and catheter components.

  • Industrial Cim Parts
    Industrial Cim Parts
    Industrial Cim Parts

    Superior hardness makes ceramic injection molded parts ideal for high wear applications including nozzles, pump components, valves, and extrusion dies.

Cases of Ceramic Injection Molding Service

Precision Automotive Nozzles
Precision Automotive Nozzles

High temperature resistance and dimensional precision enabled injection molding of ceramic diesel fuel injector nozzles with flow geometries impossible by other methods.

Dental Implants
Dental Implants

Ceramic injection molding of high-strength zirconia provided biocompatible dental implants and components with intricate shapes and superior esthetics.

Aerospace Insulators
Aerospace Insulators

Alumina ceramic injection molding fabricated high voltage insulators capable of withstanding intense heat for aerospace turbine engine ignition systems.

  • Q

    Can ceramics be injection molded?


    Yes, ceramics like alumina, zirconia, and silicon carbide can be injection molded using advanced powder metallurgy processes to produce complex, net-shape ceramic components.

  • Q

    What materials are used in ceramic injection moulding?


    Common materials used in ceramic injection molding include alumina, zirconia, silicon carbide, macor, glass ceramics, and composites. The optimal ceramic depends on mechanical, thermal, electrical needs.

  • Q

    What is the process of ceramics through injection molding operation?


    Ceramic powder is mixed with thermoplastic binders, injection molded into complex shapes, then debound and sintered to remove binders and densify ceramic parts with fine features and excellent tolerances.

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