Quintus Technologies at AeroMat 18

Aeromat 2018 offers the unique opportunity to reach out to over 3,000 attendees and 400 exhibits in the aerospace industry all under one roof. The exhibit and conference focuses on innovative aerospace materials, fabrication and manufacturing methods that improve performance, durability and sustainability of aerospace structures and engines with reduced life-cycle costs.

Aeromat 2018 – May 7th – 9th, 2018

Find your way to AeroMat 18- Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center

We will have our High Pressure Heat Treatment experts available all week at AeroMat 18 to discuss how Quintus hot isostatic pressing (HIP) technology can be used today to eliminate internal defects in additive manufactured materials.

On Monday, May 7th at 9:30 a.m., Quintus’s Magnus Ahlfors, will be presenting on “Cost Effective Hot Isostatic Pressing – A Cost Calculation Study for AM Parts”. You can find out more here


Want to Learn How HIP Technology Can Improve Parts for Your Critical Aerospace Components?

The meeting will be at the event with one of our experts

Your Global Partner for High Pressure Manufacturing Technology

Quintus Technologies specializes in the design, manufacture, installation, and support of high pressure systems for sheet metal forming and densification of advanced materials and critical industrial components. Headquartered in Västerås, Sweden, and represented in 35 countries worldwide, the company is the world leader in high pressure technology and has delivered more than 1,800 systems to customers across the globe within industries such as aerospace, automotive, energy, and medical implants.

improved material properties for parts for medical, aerospace, and more

Improved Material Properties for Additive Manufacturing

» Increased mechanical properties e.g. fatigue, wear, abrasion and ductility
» Reduced property scatter
» Stress relief of AM parts

More Efficient Production for Additive Manufacturing

» AM combined with HIP can reduce energy use up to 50%
» AM combined with HIP can reduce material costs up to 90%

100% of Theoretical Density for Additive Manufacturing

» Longer lifetime
» Predictive lifetime
» Lighter and lower weight designs
» Material optimization

Download our HIP for AM Brochure

Hot Isostatic Pressing – Supporting the Additive Manufacturing Industry

Download our Trends in HIP Aerospace Applications

By Rob Wilson, Former President, Business & General Aviation at Honeywell Aerospace

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Compact HIPs Brochure – Highest Performance and Easy to Use

Want to Learn How HIP Technology Can Improve Parts for Your Critical Aerospace Components?

The meeting will be at the event with one of our experts