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  • Face on - biomedical applications of superplastic forming

    In the second of two articles looking at superplastic forming in the UK, Richard Curtis reports on work being carried out at King’s College London and in Japan that has enabled the formation of complex medical and dental prostheses.
  • Extended brief - the growth of superplastic forming

    Superplastic forming is a process that has been used since the 1960s for manufacturing complex, lightweight and strong components. In the first of two articles looking at the process, Materials World reviews the commercial growth of the technique in the UK and its use in the transport sector.

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