Published on 2/9/2021
Categories: Aerospace
Tags: Nadcap, Test

AMS 2750F pyrometric requirements: what changes for the equipment of heat treatment furnaces

Revision F of the AMS (Aerospace Material Specifications) 2750 introduces three important changes concerning the equipment of the instrumentation of the heat treatment furnaces.

Which are the changes to the uniformity requirements required by the technical specifications of the process and by the technical specifications of the material?
How are the types of instrumentation of heat treatment plants classified?
And finally, what is the new D+ instrumentation type?

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Published on 12/14/2020
Categories: Aerospace
Tags: Nadcap, Test

AMS 2750F pyrometric requirements for heat treatments: what’s the comparative SAT

Revision F of the AMS (Aerospace Material Specifications) 2750 introduces many new features, in particular there are limitations on the alternate SAT and some conditions in which it is necessary to replace it with the comparative SAT.

What is the comparative SAT?
What are the operational procedures of the comparative SAT?
Is it possible to effectively measure the maintenance of the qualification performance of our plant and consequently the operational continuity?

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Published on 11/10/2020
Categories: Aerospace

AMS 2750 pyrometric requirements for heat treatments: what's new in revision F

AMS 2750 (Aerospace Material Specifications) is an aerospace international specification which covers the pyrometric requirements for plants used for the heat treatment of metallic materials. Specifically, it covers temperature sensors, instrumentation, plant equipment, correction factors and offsets of instruments, system accuracy testing and temperature uniformity testing. These are necessary to ensure heat treatment of parts or raw materials in accordance with applicable specifications.

The AMS 2750 is now in revision F, was revision E from July 2012.

Let's see what’s new.

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Published on 9/11/2020
Categories: Applications

How to properly debind parts produced by metal additive manufacturing

Additive manufacturing is a manufacturing technology that is gaining more and more ground among metallurgists. The process involves all the techniques used to create 3D metal objects from a digital design.

The notable increase in the world of metal additive manufacturing of the use of methods such as the Metal Injection Molding (MIM), the Binder Jetting (BJ) and the Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM), prompted TAV VACUUM FURNACES to design and install a vacuum furnace for thermal debinding in its Research and Development laboratory, in order to experiment the best solutions for this delicate post-production phase.

Let's find out what debinding is, how it is obtained and above all which are the most suitable tools to create high quality components without risking contamination.

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Published on 6/12/2020

Medical-dental applications: 3 benefits of vacuum heat treatments applied to 3D printing

Additive manufacturing and vacuum heat treatments are technologies capable of making important progress in various sectors, including dentistry applications.

In this case study carried out in collaboration with industry and Italian academy excellences, we will see the role of 3D printing in the medical-dental field and discover the benefits of post-printing vacuum heat treatments.

The final results are of a precision never known before with the more traditional procedures, while the mechanical and geometric advantages are innumerable.

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