Cutting Ceramics with Fire & Water

Cutting Ceramics with Fire & Water

Over the years there have been many great movies involving fire and water and the fantasy drama television series ‘Game of Thrones’ has done much to take two of the earth’s most natural elements to a whole new level. Behind the scenes, fire and water provide a...
Chicken & Egg with Technical Ceramics

Chicken & Egg with Technical Ceramics

Throughout history, philosophers and scientists have confronted the dilemma “which came first, the chicken or the egg”? To ancient philosophers, this problem was at the center of their questions as to how the universe and life on planet earth began. Even more...
Cutting it Fine with Ceramic Blades

Cutting it Fine with Ceramic Blades

Ceramic blades are a relatively new product. Developed for processes that originally required round rotating blades where down time to change them was an issue to the production line, the longer run time of ceramic blades improved efficiency. Ceramic blades in...
Ultra High Vacuum for Science & Research

Ultra High Vacuum for Science & Research

The first time I heard the expression “ultra-high vacuum”, I was sitting in a meeting in the 1970’s, looking at drawings, and was asked if the parts in the drawing complied. Luckily my colleague was on the ball and I did not need to confess that I wasn’t sure what...