Advanced Industrial Materials
Advanced Industrial Materials (AIM) produces ceramic whiskers, powders, and custom advanced materials such as composites and electronic materials. All products are prepared via hot pressing, heat treating, spray drying, sol-gel synthesis, and other processes. AIM provides materials engineering, systems engineering, modeling, and consulting services to high technology companies.
AIM's staff has broad technical and management experience with major corporations, small companies, universities, and government laboratories. We provide practical solutions for our customers using our knowledge of and experience in modern materials science and engineering.
For more information on our ceramic whiskers, powders and materials, and electronic materials and processing, please see the AIM Products page.
For materials engineering, development, processing, and testing services, and for systems engineering and other optimizing methodologies, go to the AIM Services page.
For industry needs such as electronic materials, lightweight materials, wear-resistant materials such as cutting tools, and corrosion and abrasion-resistant materials, see the Advanced Materials for Industry page.
AIM helps industry with advanced materials, ceramic whiskers, and engineering services. Please fill out the inquiry form and tell us how we can help to meet your needs. You can also use the form to request a quote on a specific product or service, or to ask to be notified when we update this web site.
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PRODUCTS: Ceramic Whiskers | Powders & Materials | Electronic Materials
SERVICES: Materials Engineering & Development | Materials Processing & Testing | Advanced Industrial Methods
INDUSTRIES: Cutting Tools | Lightweight Materials | Materials for Electronics | Wear-Resistant Materials
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This site last modified May 18 1997.