Potential Application of Solid Free-Form Fabrication (SFF) Process in Ceracon P/M Forging

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1993
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Raman, R.V.
Rele, S.V.
Anderson, R.L.
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The Ceracon Process is a patented[ll, low cost powder metallurgy process for achieving near-net-shape, full density parts. It. isasimple.·consolidation.technique which utilizes conventionalpowder metallurgyequipmenfand set-up. The Cetacon Process is a quasi-isostatic,hot consolidation technique, that utilizes a ceramic particulate material as a pressure transmitting medium instead ofagasmedia as is used in. hipping. Pressures up to 200 K.si can be used and a broad range ofmetallic, ceramic, and polymeric materials and composites have been successfully processed£2-6] .

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