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            Custom-made Ceramic
            and Glass Components

            Machinable Ceramics

            Machinable ceramics allow ceramic components to be made without the delay or expense of conventional ceramic manufacturing processes.

            We offer a range of materials and hold stock of bar, rod and plate for the most popular types.

            We also supply finished components.

            MACOR® machinable glass ceramic

            • Machinable to high tolerances
            • Excellent electrical insulator
            • Operates up to 1000°C, good thermal insulator
            • Strong and rigid, does not creep
            Download the MACOR® machinable glass ceramic pdf
            Download the MACOR® machinable glass ceramic machining information pdf

            Duratec 750®

            • Easily machinable
            • High-temperature performance
            • Thermally insulating
            • Good electrical properties
            Download the Duratec 750® pdf

            Shapal™-M soft and Shapal™ Hi-M soft

            • High thermal conductivity of 90 W/m°K
            • Excellent machinability
            • Low thermal expansion
            • Low dielectric loss
            • Ultra high purity
            Download the Shapal™ pdf
            Download the Shapal™ pdf machining information

            Other materials:

            High temperature ceramic
            Operating up to 1650°C, with a very low thermal expansion

            Pyrophyllite (Lava )
            Can produce very hard ceramic components

            Buy standard Machinable Ceramics products online

            Goodfellow also offers a range of standard, semi-finished forms in our online catalog. To see our catalog, please follow the link below.

            Shapal™ Hi-M Soft

            MACOR® Machinable Glass Ceramic

            The links below provide comparative physical, mechanical, thermal, electrical and chemical properties for a range of typical ceramic/glass materials. If the material or property you are interested in is not shown please call us or send us a message.

            Ceramic PDF Data Table