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  • Hot Isostatic Pressing (.pdf)
    Hot isostatic pressing is a process in which components are subjected to simultaneous application of heat and high pressure in an inert gas medium. Because the pressure is applied by a gas, it is uniform in all directions, or isostatic.
  • Hot Isostatic Pressing: Today and Tomorrow (.pdf)
    Technological advances in Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP) are creating a new generation of application opportunities to improve the performance and durability of critical parts and materials. New press and furnace designs, uniform rapid cooling capability, and digital control techniques have shortened
  • Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP) Presentation
  • Car designers are "hip " to aluminum castings
    mechanical properties inferior to their wrought machined or forged counterparts. A special HIP (hot-isostatic pressing) process
  • Hydraulically Driven High Pressure Compressors for Contamination - Free Service (.pdf)
    The problem of generating high pressure gas at a reasonable rate while keeping the gas uncontaminated is one that has bothered chemical process engineers and experimentalists for some time. With the advent of hot, isostatic pressing, the problem has been brought into even sharper focus. This paper
  • Metal Injection Molding of Co-28Cr-6Mo
    Metal injection molding of gas- and water-atomized Co-28Cr- 6Mo powders is evaluated. Sintering is conducted in different atmospheres to evaluate their effects on sintering response and carbon, nitrogen, and oxygen contents. The effects of hot isostatic pressing and heat treat on the mechanical
  • Powder metalstake on new shapes
    is an umbrella organization for powdermetallurgy trade organizations. Member companies produce parts using conventional P/M processing, powder forging (PF), metal injection molding (MIM), hot isostatic pressing (HIPing), direct powder rolling, and gravity sintering. The competition's nonferrous grand
  • Powder-metal parts earn top honors
    for atypical PM components. The winning parts in this competition represent advances in conventional press and sinter PM processing, metal injection molding (MIM), and hot-isostatic pressing (HIP). The superconducting dipole cryomagnets in the LHC operate at cryogenic temperatures (–456°F). The complex

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