Powder for 3D printing of metal
materials include stainless steel, die steel, nickel alloys, titanium alloys, cobalt-chromium alloys, aluminum alloys and bronze alloys.
These alloys, which are iron-based, are some of the most essential and widely used in engineering technology. Most commonly, they are used in the formation of complex structures like stainless steel for 3D printers. This technology is more durable than conventional casting and forging, as well as being resistant to wear and excellent resistance at high temperatures. It exhibits high precision and material use, as well as physical and chemical properties. It is used widely in aviation, aerospace, shipbuilding and machinery manufacturing as well as other industries.
Titanium alloy’s strength, toughness and corrosion resistance make it perfect for high-performance engineering projects in automotive and aerospace. This alloy is used to make biomedical implant, which have a high and low modulus as well as strong fatigue resistance.
Cobalt and chrome alloys are often used for surgical implants like alloy artificial joints, knee joint and hip joints. This is due to their wear resistance, high biocompatibility and nickel-free (nickel concentration 0.1%).
Aluminium alloy is one of the most popular non-ferrous structural metals in the sector. The alloy’s density and specific strength are low. It is also close to the quality of steel. Additionally, it has good plasticity. 3D printing of aluminum alloys has been shown to produce parts with dense structures and superior mechanical properties than those made from castings. They can achieve a 22% reduction in quality, while the costs can be as low as 30% when compared to traditional process parts.
Excellent thermal conductivity and electrical conductivity are the hallmarks of copper alloys. The excellent thermal conductivity of copper in thermal management applications allows for design flexibility to make complex internal structures as well as conformal cooling channels.
You can divide the metal powder preparation techniques into electrolysis method (reduction method), grinding method, or atomization. depending on how the powder is prepared. These are two of the most common powder-making processes used in China at the moment: the plasma rotating electro method and the argon method.
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