Injection molding is a method of acquiring form by sending heated, melted material into a mold, and then cooling and solidifying it.
It is suitable for mass-producing products with complicated shapes, and is used for most of the plastic products that we see every day.
For ceramic products, a material which mixes plastic with ceramic powder is used.
Press molding is a method of acquiring form by putting material into a female mold and pressurizing a male mold. It is suitable for production of simple forms like planks.
For ceramic products, material that mixes a plastic binder with ceramic powder is used.
CIP（Cold Isostatic Pressing）
CIP fabrication is a method in which material is put into a rubber mold and dropped underwater, acquiring form by the pressurization of the entire circumference by water pressure.
Since isotropic pressure is applied, this method is used to equalize material density as much as possible.
It is mainly used for fabrication of ceramic products, and uses the same material as press molding.
HIP (Hot Isostatic Pressing)
HIP (hot isostatic pressing) is technology to pressurize materials with high temperature / high pressure (gas pressure). It is a process where high temperature of several 100 ~ 2000 ℃ and isotropic pressure of several 10 ~ 200 MPa are applied simultaneously to the object being processed.
In general, the pressure is isotropically applied by using gas such as argon. By using isotropic pressure, the object keeps its shape and densifies (shrinks), making it harder to break. Hot isostatic pressurizing equipment pressurizes using the synergistic effect of high isotropic pressure and temperature. We offer total service by combining HIP equipment with core technologies such as ultra precision processing technology.