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Ceramics (49 companies found)

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  • TESco Associates Incorporated

    Your Name, Our Reputation Delivering Clinical Utility
    TESco Associates, Inc. has actively participated in the development of hundreds of bioabsorbable products, establishing a reputation as “The Strategic Quality Partner” for outsourced research and development and the manufacturing of challenging devices. TESco has developed proprietary polymer...
  • CoorsTek Technical Ceramics

    CoorsTek is a leading global manufacturer of technical ceramics. Utilizing over 300 advanced ceramic formulations, CoorsTek produces components for virtually every industry in the global marketplace, including medical, electronics, and semiconductor. CoorsTek ceramic materials are designed for...
  • 3M Company

    3M Co. is a diversified technology company, which manufactures industrial, safety and consumer products. Products include abrasives, chemicals, films, surgical solutions and much more.
  • Cemanco LC

  • Cotronics Corp

    Cotronics offer high temperature solutions to satisfy the most difficult electrical, structural and industrial applications with the following proven Cotronics brand products: Duralco™ High Temp Epoxies: Cotronics’ unique cross-linked, organic/inorganic, polymer systems have excellent adhesion,...
  • Kyocera Corporation

  • Hitachi Metals America Ltd

  • SCT

    BIO CRANIUMtm ceramic implant: Reconstructive surgery: the surgeon adjusts the ceramic medical device to the patient. Using its proprietary stereo lithography technology, 3DCeram has also developed a unique process for the manufacturing of patient-specific bio-ceramic cranial or jawbone implants named BioCranium®. The...
  • Curtiss-Wright Surface Technologies

    Specialty Lubricants also available.
  • Ceramaret S.A.

    Ceramaret SA offers high-precision custom-made components from advanced ceramics (high-purity alumina, TZP zirconia, ATZ, and ZTA) to the medical industry, including components such as feedthrough, insulators, enclosures, and many more. Materials are inert; biocompatible; and resistant to wear,...