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Additive manufacturingDevelopment of Nitinol Alloys for Additive Manufacturing (663 kb)Metallographic Testing of Titanium Parts Made by Additive Manufacturing (1.82 mb)Using Automated Image Analysis for Characterization of Additive Manufacturing Powders (2.73 mb)Using Light and Electron Microscopy, Computed Tomography, and Light Scattering to Evaluate Additive Manufacturing Powders and Parts (2.46 mb)Titanium Alloy Development for AM Utilizing Gas Atomization (1.44 mb)Comparison of Binder Jetting Additive Manufacturing to Press and Sinter 316L Stainless Steel (1.72 mb)Economic Additive Manufacturing using Water Atomized Stainless Steel Powder (1.38 mb)
Electrification and MagneticsAdvancements in Insulated Powder Composites for Soft Magnetic Applications (364 kb)Development of a New High Density AC Magnetic Material Possessing Good AC Magnetic Performance with Enhanced Mechanical Strength (190 kb)Development of New Soft Magnetic Composite Material Possessing Higher Levels of Magnetic and Mechanical Performance (255 kb)Al2O3 and Fe3O4 Coated SMCs: Effect of Coating Material and Milling Time on Magnetic and Mechanical Properties (436 kb)Effect of Particle Size and 2P2C Technology on the Soft Magnetic Properties of Composite Iron Compacts (451 kb)Elevated-Strength Soft Magnetic Powder Metal Materials and Processing (1.30 mb)Iron-Silicon Water Atomized Powders for Electromagnetic Applications (241 kb)Newly Developed Soft Magnetic Composites for AC Applications with Reduced Iron Losses (763 kb)Novel Soft Magnetic Composite for AC Applications with Reduced Total Core Losses (362 kb)Effect of Impurities on Aging of Sintered Soft Magnetic Materials (858 kb)
High Density Binder LubricantDevelopment of a Lubricant System for Improved Performance of Premixes (562 kb)Dimensional Precision of Fe-Cu-C Premixes (1.18 mb)Improving the Sintered Dimensional Response of FC-0208 for Applications Requiring Restrictive Dimensional Control after Sintering (1.18 mb)Warm Die Compaction of a High Density Crankshaft Sprocket (398 kb)Production of High Density PM Automotive Components Utilizing Advanced Warm Die Compaction Technology (790 kb)Production Experience with High Consistency FC-0208 Material Made Using Advanced Bonding Technology (2.41 mb)Diffusion-Alloyed Steels for High Performance Applications (1.30 mb)Method to Reduce Die Wear Caused by Abrasive Hard Particle PM Additives (550 kb)Warm Compaction and Warm-Die Compaction of Ferrous PM Materials (1.73 mb)Warm Die Compaction of a High Density Crankshaft Sprocket (425 kb)Warm Die Compaction with Reduced Lubricant Levels Promoting Higher Green and Sintered Densities (299 kb)Double Press Double Sinter Alternatives for High Density Applications (1.14 mb)
High Performance AlloysA Metallographic Examination into Fatigue Crack Initiation and Growth in Ferrous PM Materials (2.71 mb)Axial Fatigue Properties of Lean Fe-Mo-Ni Alloys (1.51 mb)Cost-Effective / High-Performance Lean Alloys (1.66 mb)Fatigue Performance of Molybdenum Prealloyed PM Steels (2.57 mb)Dimensional Control in Powder Metal Parts (1.39 mb)Hardenability Response of Fe-Mo-Ni-C Powder Metallurgy Alloys (632 kb)Influence of Alloy Selection on Manufacturing Precision PM Components (842 kb)Leaner Alloys for the PM Industry (434 kb)Sinter-Hardening Response of a Lean Sinter-Hardening Alloy (1.81 mb)Mechanical Properties of PM Alloy Systems with Silicon and Vanadium Additions (565 kb)Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of a Bainitic PM Steel (2.67 mb)Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Microalloyed PM Steels (1.28 mb)Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of PM Steels Alloyed with Silicon and Vanadium (1.87 mb)Microstructure and Properties of Hybrid-Alloy Chromium Steels (1.10 mb)Production Experience with High Consistency FC-0208 Material Made Using Advanced Bonding Technology (3.15 mb)Salt Spray and Immersion Corrosion Testing of PM Stainless Steel Materials (788 kb)Influence of Alloy Selection on Manufacturing Precision PM Components (842 kb)Prealloyed PM Steels (238 kb)The Effect of Bonding Method on the Properties of Low Alloy PM Steels (1.56 mb)Vanadium and Silicon Alloyed PM Steels (886 kb)
Machinability EnhancementAdditives for Improved Machining of Copper PM Steels (1.43 mb)Characterization of a Novel Machining Additive in Diffusion-Alloyed Mixes: Sensitivity Analysis of Tool Life, Machining Quality and Wear Dynamics (461 kb)Improving Machinability of PM Components: Response of Novel Machining Additive and Predictability Analysis of Machining Behavior (1.30 mb)Improving Machinability of PM Components via New Additive Compound (864 kb)Investigation Into Machinability Improvements For FC-0208 (1.58 mb)Improving Machinability of PM Components; Examining the stability of additives and machinability best practices (763 kb)Machinability response of PM steels with varying levels of alloy content (235 kb)New Machinability Additive for PM Steels (2.62 mb)New Machinability System for PM Steels (314 kb)Sensitivity Analysis of Machining Parameters in Fe-Cu-C Mixes Containing Machining Enhancers (652 kb)
Hoeganaes Corporation is certified under the IATF 16949 Automotive and AS9100 Aerospace quality management systems. Hoeganaes is also certified under the ISO 14001 Environmental and OHSAS 18001 Safety management systems.
The AS9100 standard is the quality systems aerospace model for quality assurance in design, development, production, installation and servicing. AS9100 was developed using the current ISO 9001 standard. It builds upon requirements to produce a globally harmonized standard that meets the requirements of aerospace companies worldwide. The first standard available for use across the global aerospace community, AS9100 adds the additional requirements necessary to address both civil and military aviation and aerospace needs.
IATF 16949 is an international standard striving for the development of a Quality Management System that provides for continual improvement stressing the prevention of defects and reducing variation and waste in the supply chain. The International Organization of Standards has based IATF 16949 on ISO9001.
- IATF 16949 Gallatin,TN USA Plant
- IATF 16949 Cinnaminson, NJ, USA Plant
- IATF 16949 Ridgway, PA, USA Plant
- IATF 16949 Watsontown, PA, USA Plant
- IATF 16949 Hückeswagen, Germany Plant
- IATF 16949 Buzau, Romania Plant
- IATF 16949 Bazhou, China Plant
- IATF 16949 Danyang, China Plant
ISO 14001 is an internationally recognized standard used by organizations to design and execute an effective environmental management system.
- ISO 14001 USA
- ISO 14001 Buzau
- ISO 14001 Hückeswagen (English version)
- ISO 14001 Hückeswagen (German version)
- ISO 14001 Bazhou (English version)
- ISO 14001 Bazhou (Chinese version)
OHSAS 18001 is a standard used to promote a safe work environment.