As part of the CIM++ research project, Ceramaret, Primaform and the iRAP institute investigated the potential of a variotherm control system for the CIM process.

Despite the success of Ceramic Injection Moulding (CIM) in multiple end-user sectors, from luxury watches to automotive interiors and industrial engineering, there remains considerable scope for process optimisation to advance part quality, productivity and overall process capability. 

Thanks to the excellent collaboration between Ceramaret SA, Primaform AG, and the iRAP institute in this outstanding research project, significant improvements were achieved in the variotherm control system for the CIM process. 

An article in the last issue of PIM International magazine. 

This research project was financed by Innosuisse

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18 mars 2024