Processing of Mechanical Components and Raw Materials



Ceramics are used for various purposes in the manufacturing industry because of their superior material properties (high hardness, thermal resistance, abrasion resistance). Bearings, cutting tools, grinders and abrasive materials are among the various ceramic products widely used in mechanical components and for material processing that are introduced in this section.


Silicon Nitride Cutting Tool Abrasion Resistance Diamond Particle Polycrystalline Diamond 
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  1. 1.TokyoJapan

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