3D printed silicon carbide: Ceralink's novel production process for jet engine material

We recently caught up with Holly Shulman, founder of advanced ceramics developer Ceralink. The company recently developed a method for producing silicon carbide/silicon carbide composites using powder bed inkjet 3D printers from ExOne (see the report "Building the Future: Assessing 3D Printing's ...

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