A method for the manufacture of objects from powdered material by isostatic or pseudo-isostatic pressing.
In an aspect of the invention, there is provided a hot isostatic pressing arrangement for treatment of articles by hot isostatic pressing.
A method and arrangement for the treatment of articles by hot isostatic pressing, wherein air is used as the pressure medium for the hot isostatic pressing.
The improved material is densified by either an encapsulated hot isostatic pressing method or an encapsulated sinter/HIP method and can be utilized to form near net shape articles.
The heat-dissipating assembly is preferably fabricated by hot isostatic pressing.
The isostatic press utilized may be a hot isostatic press (HIP) or cold isostatic press (CIP) or any other isostatic press process.
The isostatic press may be a hot isostatic press (HIP) or a cold isostatic press (CIP) or any other isostatic press process.
For long bushes isostatic presses are preferably also used.
The deep sea provides the necessary high pressure for the isopressing.
Hg,Tl-based superconductors are produced by HIPping.
The consolidation may be achieved by hot pressing, HIP or any other appropriate method.
It is preferable that a hot isostatic pressing operation be performed after the diffusion sintering.
The body may have a porosity of not greater than 8 % prior to hot isostatic pressing (HIP).
The manufacture of clad tubes using powder metallurgy and hot isostatic pressing is described.
This sputtering target (1) can be manufactured by a simple operation using cold isostatic pressing.
The crystallographic twins created during this process further inhibit grain growth during hot isostatic pressing.
The article (52) surrounded by the skin (54) is then subjected to hot isostatic pressing to densify the article; the skin (54), which serves as the 'can' for the hot isostatic pressing, may or may not be removed from the article (52), as desired.