3D printing metal powder
materials include stainless steel, die steel, nickel alloys, titanium alloys, cobalt-chromium alloys, aluminum alloys and bronze alloys.
Iron-based alloys are the most commonly used metal material in engineering technology. They are most commonly used to create complex structures, such 3D-printed stainless steel. This technology is more durable than traditional casting or forging, and it can withstand high temperatures and wear well. It is highly dimensionally accurate and can be used to make a variety of materials. It is extensively used in aerospace and machine manufacturing as well as shipbuilding and automotive.
Titanium alloy’s strength and toughness are combined with low specific gravity and corrosion resistance. It is ideal for many high performance engineering applications in aerospace or automotive competitions. It is used for the manufacture of biomedical implant, which are high-modulus, low-modulus and resistant to fatigue.
Cobalt and chrome alloys are often used in surgical implant applications such as alloy knee joints, hip joints and alloy artificial joints. This is due to their high wear resistivity, good biocompatibility and nickel-free (nickel concentration 0.1%).
Aluminum alloy is one of the most popular non-ferrous metals structural materials in industry. It is lightweight, low in density, and has higher specific strengths. This material is also comparable or superior to high-quality, high-quality, steel. And it is quite plastic. 3D printing of aluminum alloys has been shown to produce parts with dense structures and mechanical properties comparable or better than castings. They can achieve a 22% reduction in quality, while the cost of traditional process parts can be cut by 30%.
Copper alloys exhibit excellent electrical and thermal conductivity. The excellent thermal conductivity of copper in thermal management applications allows for design freedom and the ability to create intricate internal structures as well as conformal cooling channels.
You can divide the metal powder preparation methods into electrolysis, reduction method and grinding method. depending on the preparation method. The two most common powder making methods in China at the moment are the argon-atomization method and plasma rotating electro method.
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