INMATEC Technologies GmbH Expands Capacities for Feedstock Production

A niche technology is gaining ground: Ceramic Injection Moulding (CIM) is becoming increasingly popular and convincing more and more users. As a result, the demand for ceramic feedstock has grown rapidly in recent years. INMATEC Technologies GmbH has significantly expanded its production capacities and adapted them to the increased order volume. The company from Rheinbach/DE was able to strengthen its worldwide market leadership in development and production of feedstock for the CIM process.

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Why CeramTec’s Silicon Carbide Ceramic is a Crucial Component for Highly Advanced Chip Production

With photolithography systems for semiconductor manufacturing becoming ever more sophisticated, component suppliers need to be able to provide products of the highest quality to meet the current and future demands in chip production. Based on ongoing in-house R&D, CeramTec’s Rocar SiF plates made of high-performance SiSiC as a lightweight silicon carbide ceramic achieve an optimal balance of material properties which contribute to higher chip quality.

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formnext 2020 to Take Place only Virtually

Due to the recent rise of the COVID-19 infection figures worldwide, and the associated increase in travel restrictions, Mesago Messe Frankfurt GmbH/DE has decided to hold formnext 2020 purely virtually. The digital event will be named Formnext Connect.

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Micro to Maxi: Pump Systems with Advanced Ceramics

From medical technology to full-scale power plants – pumps and compressors are a cornerstone of countless industrial and manufacturing operations. The individual areas of application all require components that are precisely tailored to the pump’s specifications. They have to be durable and withstand extreme loads, economical and effective. A perfect fit for CeramTec’s/DE advanced ceramics.

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Micro CIM Parts Predestined for Medical Device Technology


Micro-injection moulding is used to describe the production of components whose weight is approximately between 0,01–0,5 g. Some parts are so small that they can only be seen with a magnifying glass. Micro-injection moulding differs from classic injection moulding in that it has a very small injection unit that is integrated in the injection moulding machine instead of the normal size unit. This injection unit is based on a different technology.

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