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White Paper - 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. 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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