sintering furnace

sintering furnace

[′sin·tə·riŋ ‚fər·nəs]
(metallurgy)
A furnace in which presintering and sintering operations are carried out.
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Tenders are invited for Amc of spark plasma sintering furnace for three years - 1 job
In 2019, Dentsply Sirona (Pennsylvania, U.S.) announced the launch new sintering furnace which is a powerful reliable sintering furnace and is essential for providing final strength in restorations.
The obtained composites were consolidated using an FCT Systeme GmbH, Germany, spark plasma sintering furnace. A set of tests were performed to investigate the optimal sintering conditions taking into consideration the relative density of the sintered samples.
The system is a complete platform, including both a printer, starting at $49,900, and microwave-enhanced sintering furnace that, together, deliver complex and even impossible geometries of metal 3D printed parts right in an engineer's office or on the shop floor.
Finally, the parts are sintered, or solid-state diffused, in a controlled-atmosphere sintering furnace at temperatures close to the metal's melting point.
| Plant manager Mike Williams with the new spark plasma sintering furnace at Kennametal's Newport plant
The EU Court of Justice ruled, on 21 December, that acts relating to the supply and installation of a sintering furnace in working condition in Iran are prohibited as they are considered as economic resources made illegal in a 2007 Council of the EU regulation (Case C-72/11).
Drying and calcination was achieved by placing compacted raw parts in boxes and calcinating them in a furnace, sintering and cooling of compacted basalt parts was performed in a sintering furnace. The components analysis of sintered basalt parts has been done through microanalysis technique with X-rays (EDAX).
In Germany, the government announced the filing of charges against Mohsen A., an Iranian national, and Heinz Ulrich K., a German citizen, for shipping a vacuum sintering furnace worth more than $1 million to Iran in July 2007.
It next stacks parts up to four high onto a ceramic disc that acts as a pallet for conveying the parts through the sintering furnace. The discs, each about 10 1/2 inches in diameter, are placed three across on the conveyor.
Nakayama Steel Works Ltd., Japan's seventh largest steelmaker, said Tuesday it plans to close two blast furnaces and a sintering furnace possibly in late September next year as part of its restructuring measures.