Requirements Engineered into Practice: Ceramic Matrix Composites for High-Temperature Fixtures
The requirements of a component demand the connection of two kinds
of material into a new design using a high-temperature joining process
above 1100 °C. The oven concept chosen ensures productivity and process
reli ability using work piece holders made from ceramic matrix composites.
Using the example of the fibre composite carbon and alumina, it will be
shown how defined material properties can be put to use for an industrially
proven carrier system. Using engineering, high-tech niche materials are
made suitable for standard use, and become an elementary part of the value
creation of a new component.