The National Institute of Standards and Technology, part of the U.S. Dept. of Commerce, recently wrapped up its NIST Ceramic Machining Consortium, a 10-year effort that included nearly 40 industrial and academic participants. The consortium’s studies and research efforts produced a greater understanding of the effects of machining ceramic materials and derived a new standard test method for evaluating the effect of surface grinding on ceramic strength.
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