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Tech Talks - Application Center Västerås

Join Johannes Gårdstam to see how material properties can be improved through focused R&D cooperation and trials in our global application centers.

 

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Quintus Technologies High Pressure Heat Treatment and MIM Industry
Brochure - HIP Supporting the Metal Injection Moulding Industry
A proven process for Metal Injection Moulding (MIM) parts Common applications for Hot Isostatic Pressing include defect healing of MIM parts (pore elimination), consolidation of ...
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Customer Conversations - Burloak Technologies
View our latest customer conversation with Burloak Technologies and learn how they successfully manufacture commercial parts at scale by accelerating the adoption of Additive Manufacturing ...
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One can heal defects of large casting parts in a Quintus Modular HIP
White Paper - HIP eliminates casting defects and scrap loss
HIP for the casting industry Today, Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP) is standard practice for eliminating pores to improve the material properties of high-end castings. Thanks ...
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Tech Talks - HIP with AM Metals Stellenbosch University / University of Texas El Paso

Listen to how Stellenbosch University and the University of Texas el Paso have collaborated to speed up additive manufacturing using hot isostatic pressing.

   

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Tech Talks - Additive Manufacturing Penn State University
Listen to Penn State and find out how HIP and High Pressure Heat Treatment can help to improve the properties and heal process related defects ...
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White Paper - Hot Isostatic Pressing in Space – Essential Technology to Ensure Mission Safety
The space industry has seen a great deal of interest in recent years, with all major nations actively pursuing both civil and military space programs. ...
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Hot isostatic pressing supporting the casting industry
Brochure - HIP Supporting the Casting Industry
Quintus Technologies’ Uniform Rapid Cooling (URC®) and optional Uniform Rapid Quench (URQ®) furnaces can provide decreased cycle time, higher productivity, and even combined HIP and ...
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Tech Talks - Additive Manufacturing Penn State University

Listen to Penn State and find out how HIP and High Pressure Heat Treatment can help to improve the properties and heal process related defects for AM.

   

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HIP Perfects the Properties of Your 3D Printed Parts White Paper
White Paper - HIP perfects the properties of your 3D printed parts
HIP for the additive manufacturing industry Today, Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP) is standard practice for eliminating pores to improve the material properties of parts for ...
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Brochure - Quintus® Compact HIP Systems
Today, Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP) is commonly used to eliminate internal defects and improve material properties of metal and ceramic parts aimed for usage in ...
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Customer Conversations - Accurate Brazing
Listen to Accurate Brazing and their biggest challenges in their daily operations using Hot Isostatic Pressing.
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Tech Talks - Titanium Alloys iLAS/Hamburg Technical University & Fraunhofer IAPT

Learn how to speed up your additive manufacturing process in this Tech Talk with Hamburg Technical University and Fraunhofer.

   

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Tech Talks - Titanium Alloys iLAS/Hamburg Technical University & Fraunhofer IAPT
Learn how to speed up your additive manufacturing process in this Tech Talk with Hamburg Technical University and Fraunhofer.    
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Customer Conversations - Stack Metallurgical Group
Watch the video with Doug Puerta, CEO of Stack Metallurgical Group describing the company and how they offer the latest high-pressure and rapid cooling HIP ...
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Quintus The Ultimate Heat Treatment Solution Brochure
Brochure - The Ultimate Heat Treatment Solution
Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP) is a proven technology for heat treatment, consolidation of powder and removal of porosity from castings. HIP can be applied to ...
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Tech Talks - Rene 65 The Ohio State University

Listen to an interview with Ohio State University on how HIP and High Pressure Heat Treatment are used in their in-depth research into nickel base super alloys and additive manufacturing.

   

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Tech Talks - F357 University of Arizona & SLM Solutions
Take the chance to learn about high speed printing of Aluminium F357 in a Quintus Tech Talk with two industry icons from the University of ...
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White Paper - Hot Isostatic Pressing for Orthopedic Implants
The development of new production technologies over the recent years has brought a range of possibilities to manufacturers of orthopaedic implants for reconstructive joint replacement. ...
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Tech Talks - Titanium Alloys iLAS/Hamburg Technical University & Fraunhofer IAPT
Learn how to speed up your additive manufacturing process in this Tech Talk with Hamburg Technical University and Fraunhofer.    
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Tech Talks - Addictive Manufacturing and Metallic Structures - Elementum

Listen to our cutting edge experts and take part of their knowledge of addictive manufacturing and metallic structures.

   

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Jobro Sheet Metal Forming and Quintus Technologies metal forming
Reference Case - Quintus Care Program - Jobro Sheet Metal Technology
The Swedish company Jobro Sheet Metal Technology AB runs a successful sheet metal forming business, operating two impressive 20-year old Quintus presses, having a press ...
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Sintavia Reference Case with Quintus Technologies
Reference Case - Sintavia, LLC
Sintavia Additive Manufacturing Center Unleashes Power of Quintus High Pressure Heat Treatment. Compact Hot Isostatic Press consolidates multiple process steps in single HPHT cycle for ...
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Cost Effective HIP. A Cost Calculation Study for AM Parts White Paper
White Paper - Cost effective HIP. A cost calculation study for AM parts.
Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP) has been used for several decades within different industries for a wide variety of applications. During the recent years it has ...
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Customer Conversations - Burloak Technologies

View our latest customer conversation with Burloak Technologies and learn how they successfully manufacture commercial parts at scale by accelerating the adoption of Additive Manufacturing (AM) across all industries.

   

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Customer Conversations - ITP Aero
Discover how the Quitnus Flexform Technology™ fits into ITP Aero´s production.    
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White Paper - In-HIP Rapid Cooling of High-Strength Silicon Nitride
There are four main advanced ceramics focus areas where Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP) is a key technology to achieve ultimate properties for the material system. ...
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Quintus Technologies HIP Supporting the Nuclear Waste Industry
Brochure - Supporting the Nuclear Waste Industry
Quintus Technologies has for the last decades supported various efforts to find a solution to the High Level Waste repository. Both in Scandinavia and North ...
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Tech Talks - F357 University of Arizona & SLM Solutions

Take the chance to learn about high speed printing of Aluminium F357 in a Quintus Tech Talk with two industry icons from the University of Arizona and SLM Solutions.

   

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Tech Talks - Transparant Ceramics Polycrystal design GMBH
Listen to Dr Jens Klimke from Polycrystal design GmbH, talking about the possibilities that comes from using polycrystalline transparent ceramics in different high end applications.    
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Brochure - Quintus® Compact HIP Systems
Today, Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP) is commonly used to eliminate internal defects and improve material properties of metal and ceramic parts aimed for usage in ...
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Brochure - Quintus Care Program for HPP Food Presses
Experience Trouble-Free Operations Preventing a problem is always better than fixing one. That’s the simple philosophy behind the Quintus Care Annual Services and Support Program. ...
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Webinar - State of the art Hot Isostatic Pressing for Advanced Ceramics

In this webinar we will be presenting the opportunities that comes from using modern HIP systems and the unique Quintus HPHT™ technology also for the fast-growing field of Advance Ceramics in Automotive, Energy, Electronics, Medical and more.

Find out about the potential for doubling HIP productivity and performing in-HIP tailoring of material properties, when using fully steered and uniform rapid cooling, URC®, while fully densifying your ceramic components in the pursuit of optimum strength, reliability, optical and dielectric properties.

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Brochure - Quintus® Compact HIP Systems
Today, Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP) is commonly used to eliminate internal defects and improve material properties of metal and ceramic parts aimed for usage in ...
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Brochure - Quintus® Modular HIP Systems
For more than 50 years Quintus Technologies has led the industry in advanced HIP technology. Customers rely on us for the superior engineering that results ...
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White Paper - Optimized HIP and Heat Treatment for Fatigue Strength of Additively Manufactured Ti6Al4V
Critical components made of high-performance materials subjected to fatigue loads have extreme demands on qualification and production control. Additive Manufacturing is now an increasingly important ...
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White Paper - HIP of Polycrystalline (PX) Translucent and Transparent Ceramics

There are four main advanced ceramics focus areas where Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP) is a key
technology to achieve ultimate properties for the material system. In a series of White Papers,
we explore the possibilities and benefits that becomes available for these materials using
Quintus HIP and Uniform Rapid Cooling, URC®:

In this paper, “Hot Isostatic Pressing of Polycrystalline Translucent and Transparent Ceramics”,
we explore the prerequisites for realizing transparency for polycrystalline ceramics and the
possibilities this brings to the field of laser host materials, x-ray detectors and the use of novel
additive manufacturing techniques.

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White Paper - HIP Treatment of Additively Manufactured Inconel 718 Components for Aerospace Applications
Additive manufacturing offers a range of possibilities for the aerospace industry. Without the limitations of traditional production methods, 3D printing allows for new designs that ...
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Customer Conversations - Pres-X
Discover what led Pres-X to Hot Isostatic Pressing and Additive Manufacturing.    
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White Paper - Hot Isostatic Pressing in Space – Essential Technology to Ensure Mission Safety
The space industry has seen a great deal of interest in recent years, with all major nations actively pursuing both civil and military space programs. ...
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