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The Advantage of Combining Hot Isostatic Pressing and Heat Treating Cycles in Additively Manufactured Components

Additive Manufacturing (AM) is a disruptive technology that enables design freedom that legacy manufacturing techniques struggle to provide affordably.
The Advantage of Combining Hot Isostatic Pressing and Heat Treating Cycles in Additively Manufactured Components

Adoption of AM has been slowed also because of the disruptive nature. A lot of funding and attention has rightly been paid to printing or creating the part but less focus has been on the subsequent processing and final finishes.

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