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AIP CIP Systems;
 
AIP offers a wide range of Cold Isostatic Presses.
Our CIPs range from manually operated research scale machines
to
fully automated production machines

AIP's wide range of research Cold Isostatic Presses fit most any need.

The compact AIP3-12-60C shown

features a 3" diameter x 12" long chamber capable of 60,000 psi.
This unit is offered in full thread, pin closure, and breach lock closure.

A fully automated version, above

right,  is also available. Many options and pump types can be purchased

to satisfy a wide variety of customer uses.


.. Medium or Pilot size CIP systems fill the   need for prototyping, process development, and small production needs. AIP offers a wide variety of units, with various pumping and control options. The unit shown is an ASME coded quick opening Breach Lock vessel. It is controlled by an advanced digital microprocessor. Other features include a rapid fill and defill with automatic air purge, and an electro-hydraulic pump for fast, high reliability pumping.


 

.. AIP leads the industry with fully automated production Cold Isostatic Presses. These large units are available in pressures to 100,000 psi and sizes to 60 inches in diameter. Pumping systems use large capacity hydraulic pumps for speed and durability.





 

 

CIP IS THE APPLICATION OF PRESSURE

- AT ROOM TEMPERATURE

- USING A LIQUID

- FROM ALL DIRECTIONS.

 

WHY CIP?

      UNIAXIAL PRESSING IS NON-UNIFORM WHICH RESULTS IN DEFORMATION DURING

SHINKAGE MAINLY DUE TO DIE WALL FRICTION.

      UNIAXIAL = NON-UNIFORM DENSITY

 



 

 

      COMPLEX PARTS CAN NOT BE PRESSED OR

 

       REMOVED EASILY FROM UNIAXIAL PRESS


 

 


THERE ARE A FEW DIFFERENT TYPES

THE MOST COMMON ARE:

            *WET BAG

           * DRY BAG

WET BAG USES A VESSEL FULL OF WATER WITH A BAG THAT IS REMOVED EACH CYCLE


DRY BAG IS A VESSEL WITH AN INTEGRAL MASTER BAG THAT ISOLATES THE FLUID FROM THE MOLD


* CIP PARTS ARE MADE FROM POWDERS

* THESE POWDERS ARE PUT IN MOLDS

* MOLDS ARE FLEXIBLE BAGS

* TYPICALLY RUBBER OR EURETHANE

MATERIALS THAT ARE CIPped INCLUDE:

                     * METALS

                     * CERAMICS

                     * PLASTICS

                     * COMPOSITES

PARTS THAT ARE COLD PRESSED INCLUDE:

           * INSULATORS

           * PROSTHETICS

           * SPUTTERING TARGETS

           * CARBIDE TOOLS

           * SPARK PLUGS

THE MAJOR BENEFITS OF CIP ARE:

           * UNIFORM DENSITY

                     (which allows)

           * SHRINKAGE TO BE PREDICTABLE

           * ABILITY TO FORM COMPLEX PARTS

           * ABILITY TO FORM LARGE PARTS


SAMPLE CIP MOLD w/ CORE ROD


 

URETHANE DOME MOLD


 

STEEL MANDREL


 TRIANGLE SHAPED MOLD


 

LARGE CIP MOLDS


 

MOST ANY SHAPE CAN BE MADE


 

GREEN PARTS CAN BE EASILY MACHINED


 

PARTS THAT REQUIRE VERY HIGH ACCURACY SUCH AS NOSE CONES USE CIP TO ASSURE UNIFORM DENSITY


 

AFTER CIPping THE PARTS CAN BE

           * PREMACHINED

           * SINTERED

           * HIPped

           * SINTER-HIPped

 

CIPS CAN RANGE IN SIZE FROM RESEARCH SIZE


 

TO PILOT PLANT SIZE


 

TO LARGE SCALE UNITS


 

      Both Wet and Dry bag CIP systems can be fully automated and can produce parts as rapidly as every 30 seconds,

    even in large sizes.

      Systems can incorporate powder filling, robotic loading, automated vibration, bag washing, automated vessel loading,

    bag drying, and automatic unloading of the bags.

      CIP is a fully developed process that can be used to solve many part geometries.

 

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