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Ceramic and glass business news of the week

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Ceramics 3-D printing market expected to generate $3.6 billion through 2028

A report titled, Ceramics Additive Manufacturing Markets 2017-2028 projects that the ceramics 3-D printing market is expected to generate overall revenues for over $3.6 billion, driven by strong CAGR in end-use part production.

Eco Glass Production adds new tempering furnace

Eco Glass Production, a manufacturer of laminated and insulating glass for commercial and residential applications, is doubling facility size and significantly increasing capacity with a new North Glass tempering furnace sold and serviced by HHH Tempering Resources.

Manono scoping study highlights the importance of geographic location on a lithium hard-rock project’s viability

AVZ Minerals released the results of its scoping study for the Manono project in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The study outlines a project with the capacity to produce an average 440ktpa of 5.8% Li2O spodumene concentrate over an initial 20-year mine life.

Libbey Holland hosts LIFE climate change meeting

Libbey and Praxair EuroHolding hosted a meeting to discuss climate change in energy intensive industries. The meeting was in regards to the EU targets to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 2020, 2030, and 2050.

CoorsTek to host free webinar on advanced ceramics for major household appliances

CoorsTek and Appliance Design magazine will host a free webinar on October 23 at 2:00 pm ET on how engineered ceramics address the needs of high-performance consumer and household appliance components through a number of benefits.

Murata develops high drain and extended temperature lithium coin batteries for IoT devices

Murata has developed High Drain and Extended Temperature batteries as part of its lithium coin battery line-up. Samples are currently available and mass-production is scheduled to start in January 2019.

Ceramics Expo to host ceramic additive manufacturing webinar November 20, 1–2 p.m. EST

Boston Ceramics and University of Louisville will present a webinar that will explore design principles for additive manufacturing, including design limitation technologies and opportunities for ceramic AM to add value in the design process.

Corning cuts energy intensity in half at fiber, manufacturing facilities around the world

Corning Incorporated has reduced energy intensity in its global fiber and cable manufacturing facilities by 50 percent—part of its commitment to protecting the environment through continuous improvement to its processes, products, and services.

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