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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. Old truths have been challenged and new ways to increase product performance, quality and cost efficiency introduced.

Additive manufacturing (AM) is one of the technologies that have added new flexibility and value in implant manufacturing and is now an important manufacturing method for orthopaedic implants. Less known is perhaps the development within equipment for Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP) that offers great opportunities to improve the performance and quality of the implant and at the same time cut production costs and lead times.

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White Paper - Hot Isostatic Pressing for PVD Sputtering Targets

Physical Vapor Deposition, PVD and sputtering technology is a true enabler for many of the products and applications encountered in daily life, in being able to produce functional thin films in the nano and low micrometer scale on most solid materials at low environmental impact.

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Webinar - Steered Cooling - The Future of High Pressure Heat Treatment

In this webinar we will be presenting the opportunities that comes from using modern HIP systems and the unique Quintus HPHT™ technology.

Listen in to find out about the potential for doubling HIP productivity, performing full or part of standardized heat treatments as well as optimized state of the art, in extracting all the potentials made available by new manufacturing technologies while ensuring maximum process consistency.

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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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White Paper - HIP of Polycrystalline (PX) Translucent and Transparent Ceramics

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In this paper, “Hot Isostatic Pressing of Polycrystalline Translucent and Transparent Ceramics”,
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This paper, discussing HIP silicon nitride, HIPSN, regarding the potential for increased HIP productivity and cost reductions, tailoring grain boundaries and maximizing HIP heater life.

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During the last year, additive manufacturing took some key steps into serial production. This has been facilitated by the growing need for the availability of Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP) capacity. Some companies have chosen to develop the service market, whilst others have insourced capability. Both of these are helping to drive the industrialisation of the AM market. Whether you are a HIP expert or want to find out more this is the webinar for you to find out how HIP offers a competitive edge for your business.

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