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Fast-track Your Process from Prototype to Production

When constantly outdoing the competition is the name of the game, meaningful collaborations help you get to success quicker. The growing demand for high-quality components with tighter geometrical tolerances, along with more powerful material properties, has continuously triggered the integration of additive manufacturing processes into the production lines of the automotive, medical and consumer goods manufacturing industries. The additive manufacturing industry is no exception to this.
 
One solution Ipsen provides - debinding and sintering - masters many parts and applications. Debinding plays a critical role in getting clean parts. Sintering the base alloy helps achieve solid-state part diffusion. Read more on the process and see a cycle example here.
 
The debinding and sintering process can apply to powdered metal parts and MIM components, 3D metal printing components, and beading applications like abrasives. Read about the key features and components of high-performance vacuum MIM sintering furnaces here.
 
The additive manufacturing industry needs a partner that understands what furnace features are needed to create quality parts. Joining forces with Ipsen means you'll get properly designed and built heat-treating equipment that meets your application's requirements.
 
Let us help you move the project from prototype to production. To find out what solutions Ipsen has for your additive manufacturing needs, contact Mike Simmermon

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