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    Innovation, Invention and Ingenuity Return to Cleveland’s IX Center from April 26-28 as Ceramics Expo 2016

    Industry leaders from the U.S. and beyond will be gathering at this manufacturing meeting of the minds as manufacturers see up-close and first-hand the latest technologies in industrial ceramics. Over 275 of the industry’s best-recognized companies will be on-hand as exhibitors and a host of impressive industry spokespersons reveal products that are available now as well as those in the planning stages for the future.

    “We were excited about the outpouring of interest at last year’s expo and are even more impressed with the enthusiastic response to this year’s event,” Event Director Adam Moore says.

    In fact, Ceramics Expo 2015 attracted over 2,100 manufacturing industry professionals. Moore is anticipating attendance will exceed 3,500 this year. Ceramics Expo 2016 passes are free exclusively to manufacturing industry professionals.

    Exhibitors and topics at Ceramics Expo 2016 include:

    • ~A successful collaboration between U.S.-based Direxa Engineering and France’s Ceritherm designed to address the shortcomings of tunnel and roller hearth kilns

    • ~Nutec Bickely showcasing its fuel efficient and flexible tunnel and shuttle kilns for ceramics

    • ~Saint-Gobain Ceramic Materials, a pioneer in advanced material solutions, featuring a range of boron-nitride products.

    • ~Profiles of advanced milling technology for fully sintered ceramics

    • ~Real-time testing of a variety of innovative operations created by Fritsch Milling & Sizing, Hitachi, Microtrac and Nanoscience Instruments

    • ~The introduction of 3D printing methodologies devised by Schunk Carbon Technology

    • ~A presentation of the latest addition to Ceramco’s high-volume power injection molding offerings

    • ~Showcasing Swiss innovator Ceramdis Advanced Ceramics’ CeSinit high quality, silicon nitride product.

    • ~Exhibiting Gasbarre Products high speed powder compacting press

    Ceramics Expo 2016 will be attended by technical leaders, production directors, engineers, project leaders, buyers, researchers, academics and senior executives interested in exploring the latest ceramic manufacturing innovations. Both the expo and conference are free to attend and open to the public.

    Speakers at the conference include but are not limited to 3M, Honeywell, Corning Inc, GE Corporate, Morgan Advanced Materials, Boeing, Rolls Royce, Toto, and Hitachi.

    For details on registration, visit