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Custom Ceramic Manufacturers and Suppliers

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  • Myrtle Beach, SC 609-397-8330, 609-397-8341

    For exceptional quality manufacturing and individualized custom products, you can trust LSP Industrial Ceramics, Inc. Our design expertise and commitment to customers allows us to bring to you the best products and service. With over thirty years of experience, we create just the right products to meet every customer specification. Each ceramic component we manufacture with care and customer satisfaction in mind. Call today for a quote!

  • Pittsburgh, PA 412-406-7171

    Compared to other ceramics companies, C-Mac International, LLC is able to quickly provide top-quality products at the best-available prices. With low overhead and efficient manufacturing, we can ensure the best materials used for exceptional results. Our experienced design team will tailor your order to custom specifications. Please allow our team to work with you today, bringing the best custom ceramics products to your business.

  • Fremont, CA 510-249-9700

    Applied Ceramics has years of experience providing customized ceramic parts to serve as an alternative for metals. We have numerous materials available to choose from, such as sapphire, silicon carbide, and alumina. Our team is ready and eager to assist you in coming up with a reliable and cost-effective ceramic component that perfectly suits the needs of your application. Contact us today and make us your number one choice for ceramics!

  • Quakertown, PA 215-536-3500

    Insaco provides custom grinding and machining services to fabricate precision parts from sapphire, quartz, and most technical ceramics including alumina, zirconia, silicon carbide, silicon nitride, aluminum nitride, and others. Engineers are available to discuss material options/alternative recommendations, as well as design concepts to help our customers minimize fabrication costs. Since 1947 Insaco has enjoyed an extremely strong reputation for reliably meeting the toughest grinding and machining requirements in working with these difficult materials.

  • Holbrook, MA 781-961-5297

    Ceramics machining and much more is what you will find at Mica-Tron Products. We have the ability to machine intricate parts in a wide variety of materials. In our state-of-the-art facility, we are able to offer single prototypes to large runs of thousands. Excellence in quality since 1959.

  • Tucson, AZ 520-547-0850

    Since our founding in 2001, as an AS 9100 certified aerospace research and development company, Advanced Ceramics Manufacturing we have become a leader in the production of ceramic components, custom ceramic fabrication and water soluble molds and tooling. We specialize in aerospace composites. Within our state of the art facility, we have an autoclave, wet-lab, metrology lab, ceramic firing ovens, QC lab, and two composite clean room.

  • Atlanta, GA 770-448-6888

    Our Versagrid® honeycomb ceramic products are custom made to your specifics. Applied Ceramics provides product in mullite, fused silica, cordierite, activated carbon and alumina ceramics. As ceramic manufacturers, our cell density runs 4-400 cells psi. We’ve been in business since 1967. Contact us.

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Custom Ceramics

Ceramics are a staple of modern life. In our world, they touch nearly everything. They hold together our brick walls, they are inside plaster, they tile our floors, shape our bowls, plates and cups, they form our sewage pipes, are in our televisions, telephones, computers. The list goes on. Beyond this, advanced ceramics are used for aerospace, deep sea, medical, automotive, defense and energy industries. Manufacturers of such a truly versatile and far-reaching substance, that even contributes to NASA’s space shuttles and to clean air technology, must offer many construction and material options to meet the variable needs of the market. These offerings are known as custom ceramics.

The most commonly known ceramics include glass, pottery, cement and porcelain. However, simply as an inorganic, nonmetallic solid, the range of materials used in custom ceramics is much wider. Such materials include: aluminum oxide, aluminum nitride, silicon carbide, silicon nitride, zirconium oxide, boron carbide, single crystal silicon, yttria, magnesia and fused silica. This vast store of solids is broken down into four main usage types: structural, refractory, whitewares and technical, which is also referred to as advanced, engineering, fine and special. Structural ceramics include bricks, pipes and tiles. Refractory ceramics are used to make kiln linings, gas fire radiants and steel and glass making crucibles. Whitewares include tableware, cookware, sanitary products and pottery. Technical ceramics include tiles used in the Space Shuttle program, biomedical implants, coatings of jet engine turbine blades, missile nose cones, mechanical bearings and the like.

When considering custom ceramics, a potential customer should consider what will best serve his or her needs, in terms of the ceramic’s physical, thermal, mechanical and electrical properties. Through material choice and construction, custom ceramics can be designed to address the challenges of extreme corrosion and wear, electrical conductivity or high temperature. Physical properties to consider are: color, purity, bulk density and porosity. Mechanical properties to think about are a ceramic’s hardness, flexural strength, compressive strength, elasticity and tensile strength. Thermal properties to consider include heat resistance, thermal conductivity and expansion with heat. Finally, a potential customer must consider such electrical properties as dielectric strength, resistivity, dielectric constant and dielectric loss. Other processes to consider include: near-net shaping, powder metallurgy, bisque processing, glazings, coatings, assembly, metalizing and plating.

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