Microwave energy used to sinter ceramics

Ceramic-based electronic components can be made smaller, lighter and cheaper using microwave energy to sinter them. Energy specialist EA Technology has combined microwave heating with conventional radiant heating to sinter ceramics quickly. This hybrid approach ensures fewer cracking faults and requires lower temperatures, enabling capacitors, for example, to be made more cheaply. www.eatechnology.com Copyright: Centaur […]

Ceramic-based electronic components can be made smaller, lighter and cheaper using microwave energy to sinter them. Energy specialist EA Technology has combined microwave heating with conventional radiant heating to sinter ceramics quickly. This hybrid approach ensures fewer cracking faults and requires lower temperatures, enabling capacitors, for example, to be made more cheaply.

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