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 become an important post process for metal additive manufacturing (AM). The HIP process eliminates internal defects in additively manufactured material, resulting in superior material properties.
Find out just how Quintus unique combined HIP and Heat Treatment technology, known as High Pressure Heat Treatment is enabling the world of AM at Rapid + TCT. Rapid is North America’s premier 3D printing event for discovery, innovation, and networking with industry leaders, and 3D technology providers. RAPID+ TCT also presents the opportunity to network and consult with the influential community and manufacturing experts regarding all additive manufacturing processes.
High Pressure Heat Treatment enables
✓ Tailored HIP and Heat Treatment cycles in one machine
✓ Removal of build-defects, cracks, and porosity
✓ Significant cost savings and reduced lead-time
“We see the market for HIP expanding, with a large part attributed to additive manufacturing. We have the leading material knowledge and process expertise to help our customers in this area. The ability to combine HIP and heat treatment will allow us to offer one-stop-shop thermal processing solutions, with faster turnaround times. ”
Scott Herzing, Paulo Heat Treating
Quintus will be hosting an informal get-together with drinks, appetizers, and an opportunity to meet many colleagues and experts from the AM industry globally.
Date & Time: Tuesday, May 21st | 7:00pm Location: The Foundation Hotel
Our goal is to create conversations that are idea-focused, and on a wide range of AM/post processing subjects, to foster learning, and provoke conversations that matter. Our panelist will consist of:
Mohsen Seifi, Ph.D. – Director, Global Additive Manufacturing Programs
John Barnes – Founder & Managing Director, TBG Advisors
Derek Denlinger – Lead Metallurgist, Paulo
Shawn Kelly – Head of Additive Manufacturing Engineering, Oerlikon