GeniCore reports Poland’s JG Group’s investment in its U-FAST sintering system

August 22, 2019

GeniCore reports Poland's JG Group's investment in its U-FAST sintering system
JG Group has purchased one of GeniCore’s U-FAST sintering machines (Courtesy GeniCore)

GeniCore, a material engineering company based in Warsaw, Poland, has reported that the JG Group Sp. z o.o., an industrial engineering company located in Lublin, Poland, has invested in its U-FAST (Upgraded Field Assisted Sintering Technology) system.

The U-FAST process is said to incorporate the fastest electric pulses available on the market, at under 1 ms, with a modular technology operating in a high vacuum, to produce high performance ceramics, metal matrix composites, super hard materials, functionally gradient materials and MMCs with uniform microstructure and good physical properties.

According to GeniCore, the JG Group is expanding into the processing of ultra-modern materials, and the implementation of various research projects has contributed to the acquisition of extensive knowledge in this field. The company states that conventional systems can be time-consuming and have limited sintering capabilities for materials with different melting temperatures.

The U-FAST technology is also said to significantly reduce production time and energy consumption, as well as allowing for a faster and more cost-effective method to produce complex machine parts. It was stated that the new products produced at JG Group will be widely used in the automotive and aviation industries.

“By deciding to start production using the sintering method based on U-FAST technology, we have reached a milestone in the company’s operations,” stated the CEO of the JG Group.

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