2 June, 2015

Additive manufacturing Aerospace High Pressure Heat Treatment Hot isostatic pressing (HIP) Material densification

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Alcoa invests in hot isostatic pressing technology from Quintus

The new HIP system will increase capacity to make larger, high-quality titanium, nickel and 3D-printed components

Alcoa investing $22 million in Michigan for latest Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP) technology, which strengthens the metallic structure of titanium, nickel and 3D-printed jet engine parts. Alcoa’s newest and largest HIP production system will give it in-house capabilities to treat larger parts for the world’s top-selling jet engines.