MTC’s co-fired PZT bimorphs are a two-layer PZT device, configured with a central encapsulated electrode region. Similar in construction to a conventional bonded bimorph, the co-fired bimorph is fired at a temperature that sinters the two PZT layers into a monolithic structure separated only by the inner electrode. This construction makes the bimorph more mechanically stable. It also facilitates their use in harsh environments, since there is a uniform mechanical interface at the edges, with no seams for potential infiltration. In addition, the device behavior will have similar characteristics to the bulk PZT properties.