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Ceramic Cutting
What is Ceramic? The word ceramic is from the Greek work "keramic.” Literally, keramic means “made of clay.” Traditionally, ceramic has been used as a material primarily for pottery and tableware. It is a non-organic material made from compounds formed between metallic and non-metallic elemnts. It is usually brittle and porous. However, modern developments have allowed ceramics to become tougher, more pliable, and useful in a wider array of fields.

New Uses of Ceramic Ceramics are now used in bullet proof vests, cars, computers, and toys. Ceramic engines are created to function even when temperatures rise to thousands of degrees (centigrade). Ceramics also exhibit some characteristics of conductors and semi-conductors.

Common Uses The most common uses for ceramic today are still tableware, pottery, and tiles. Ceramics are also found in improvements or repairs to dentures.

Ceramic Cutting To create precisely measured tiles, ceramic cutting is done with high-tech tools. Diamond blades, diamond wire saws, and diamond drill bits are used to create precisely measured tiles. Ceramic cutting is sometimes referred to as ceramic squaring. The high-tech tools for ceramic cutting are expensive and usually require high maintenance. The entire process of ceramic cutting can be very expensive, and so it is usually undertaken by companies capable of producing great volumes of finished products.

Inexpensive Ceramic Cutting and Shaping Some businesses are small-scale, almost household ceramic production facilities. These businesses do not employ the use of high-tech cutting materials, and are most often involved in pottery or tableware. Ceramic can be cut or shaped with equipment other than diamond tools, but with less accuracy.

Finishing Ceramic Ceramic, once it has been shaped or cut, can still be improved upon. The aesthetic aspect of ceramic materials is improved by finishing ceramic. The ceramic materials can be polished, shined, and even decorated with paint. Since ceramic can be stained as easily as glass, it is an ideal material for creating art pieces, or decorative tableware.

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