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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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possibilities this brings to the field of laser host materials, x-ray detectors and the use of novel
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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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The QUINTUS® Deep Draw Presses are the most versatile of the Quintus Flexform presses in terms of forming capabilities. Not only can they form the same kind of parts as Flexform fluid cell presses, but also complex and deep parts which require a deep drawing function. This is performed with the rigid tool half – a movable punch and blank holder – and by controlling the forming pressure as a function of the draw depth. The circular Flexform unit contains the flexible rubber diaphragm.

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Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP) has been used successfully by manufacturers around the world. HIP is used to eliminate pores and remove defects, i.e. nitrides, oxides and carbides, to dramatically increase the material properties.

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