Kyocera focuses on cheaper Si3N4 components

August 1995
Ceramic Industry;Aug95, Vol. 145 Issue 3, p17
Trade Publication
Reports on Kyoto, Japan-based Kyocera Corp.'s expansion of production capacity for silicon nitride engine components at its Kokubu manufacturing facility. Development of a manufacturing process which would enable silicon nitride engine components to be produced at a cost comparable to that for special steel parts; Company's focus on the low-cost production of ceramic components for diesel engines.


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