Ceramic Machined Parts
Benefits of Using Ceramic as your Machined Parts Material
Using ceramic as your machined part's material will give your part extraordinary strength, as well as a long-life cycle. Ceramic parts are also corrosion resistant and are conducive to electricity and heat resistant. The downside to ceramic parts is that they tend to chip-out during the machining process. Which causes the machining process to take more time and require greater expertise in machining the material.
Which Industries Use Ceramic Machined Parts
Because of the ceramic part’s conductivity and heat resistance, this material is often used in projects for the electronics, defense, and aerospace. Also, with the recent change in electronics in the automotive industry, we have seen an increase in the use of ceramic parts in our automotive customer’s projects as well.
Our Ceramic Machining Process
We specialize in ceramic machined parts and have perfected the ability to machine them without chipping out. In fact, our customers order rods, connector enclosures, circuit enclosures, and electrical enclosures to all be made out of ceramics.
Part of what makes M&R Engineering different is our array of experience machining. Which allows us to ensure your project is made quickly, within budget, and at a high quality.
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- Connector Enclosures
- Circuit Enclosures
- Electrical Enclosures
R&B Metals, an M&R Engineering Company
In 2007, M&R Engineering acquired R&B Plastics to expand capabilities into high precision CNC machined Plastics parts. To this day, we deliver high-quality parts to R&B Plastics customers.