HIP and Heat Treatment of AM Parts- Microstructure and Mechanical Properties and the Effect of Combined HIP and Heat Treatment Cycles Compared to Conventional Processing
Session 57 Wednesday 17 October 10:45 - 12:15
Dr Susan Davies (Bodycote Hot Isostatic Pressing AB)
Mr Jim Shipley (Quintus Technologies AB)
The encapsulation and HIP technology has developed over the years to become a high-performance, high-quality and cost-effective process for the manufacture of a wide range of components such as simple shape billets for the machining of high performance PM HSS cutting tools, and the manufacture of large near net shape stainless parts for the oil and gas industry. The versatility and flexibility of the HIP process, combined with superior material properties, make it an ideal choice for new applications, among other powder metallurgy technologies.
This Special Interest Seminar continues to focus on Ni-base super alloys for powder metallurgical applications, with particular interest in AM produced parts, and the effect of microstructure and mechanical properties of some original applications of Hot Isostatic Pressing technology.
Hot Isostatic Pressing of AM Materials: Case Studies Results
Mr Jim Sears (Carpenter Technology Corporation, USA)
The Effect of Conventional HIP and HT of IN718 AM Parts and The Closure of Known Defects by HIP
Mr Ronald Adams, Mrs Kathrin Horenkamp (Bodycote, UK)
Microstructural design of Ni base superalloys by HIP and its benefit
Dr Inmaculada Lopez-Galilea, Benjamin Ruttert and Werner Theisen