The hot isostatic pressing process is a sintering process which takes place under a high pressure. The combination of high temperature and pressure leads to a 100% densification of the material, thereby achieving a material without any defects in the crystalline structure. The process is used amongst other things for parts and semi-finished parts which have been fabricated of metal powders with the Near-Net-Shape technique or using the container method.
A further large application field is the post-compression of parts from the following fields:
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