“We are not doing, what everyone else is able to do, but we concentrate on these sectors of technical ceramics, which not everybody can handle and not everybody is willing to learn overnight,” Mathias Wilde, managing director at MicroCeram is pointing out. Wilde explains: “Our main capacities are highly complicated work pieces with special filigree and highest precision geometrical characteristics.”
In the context of the integral strategy for growth, MicroCeram more and more focuses on the future orientated ULTRASONIC technology from DMG MORI. So far 6 ULTRASONIC machines had been installed in Meißen. MicroCeram is most impressed of the little process forces during hard material machining – with a high level of productivity, flexibility and process stability at the same time. All these possibilities open the market of an economical complete machining with Ultrasonic technology, which heralds a new era in flexibility and efficiency for the company. “And not only in the ceramic sector”, Mathias Wilde underlines and points out the company’s service ambitions in the sector of technical and optical glass like quartz crystal glass like zerodur or other “advanced materials”. Only to name some of the most important focus markets MicroCeram is producing units for medical technology, ceramics for watch and jewellery industry, CAD/CAM blanks in zirconium oxide for dental applications, laser and sensor parts as well as components for analysis technique.
The fact that MicroCeram with its more than 40 machines copes with all other possible machining methods, which are necessary for an overall process chain for machining technical ceramics beyond the ULTRASONIC technology, it nearly goes without saying in regards to the described claim of competence of the company.