Jacobs has developed the use of HIP bonding for the manufacture of plasma facing components (PFCs) across a suite of projects over the past 25 years. Jacobs, in combination with F4E and Leading Metal-Mechanical Solutions, has developed designs for manufacture for various ITER First Wall Panel (FWP) prototypes, which have been successfully produced via HIP bonding. This technology is applicable to many industries (for example space, automotive industries), providing consistent manufacture of high-performance components.
- Reliable, repeatable and robust solution;
- Suitable for similar or dissimilar materials (solid or powder forms);
- Prevents distortions from the bonding of dissimilar metals;
- Applicable to many industries like Space, Automotive industries, or Nuclear providing consistent manufacture of high-performance components.
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