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JD Technologies, LLC Selected by FCT Ingenieurkeramik GmbH to Represent Their High Performance Ceramic Expertise In the United States
Date:9/18/2008

hermal shock behavior and improved biocompatibility. Significant life cycle cost savings are attained due to the vast improvement in component life. Industries that benefit from the advantages of ceramic material include but are not limited to aerospace, space, industrial and medical with demanding applications such as turbine engines, pumps, Laser systems, IR cameras, elevator braking systems and implants to name only a few."

About FCT Ingenieurkeramik GmbH:
FCT Ingenieurkeramik ("engineered ceramics") designs, develops, produces, and markets high performance ceramic components and parts with a wide range of sizes, shapes, complexity and tolerances. They have expertise in all ceramic processes as well as hard machining / ceramic processes such as cutting, drilling, surface grinding, cylindrical surface grinding and internal circular grinding, honing, lapping, polishing and profile grinding. Services they provide are rapid prototyping, hot pressing, sintering, cold and hot isostatic pressing and high precision hard machining. Capabilities include pressing with subsequent green machining as well as slip casting, injection molding and extrusion as shaping techniques. Specific shaping technique is dependent on part size, complexity and required quantity,
visit www.fct-keramik.de

About JD Technologies, LLC:
JD Technologies LLC provides premium sales and marketing services to a group of high quality, complementary manufacturers of engineered services and products who serve the industrial, aerospace, military & defense and medical industries. They develop long term relationships with key customers who value the consultative style of selling and who wish to interface with sales professionals of high integrity. Their approach is to use proven consultative selling techniques. Consultative selling is a collaborative process that leads custome
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