Metallic Materials - Powder Technology
Laser beam melting is a direct manufacturing process in which the desired parts are produced in a single-stage process in metallic series material. After completion of the laser beam melting process, the components can only be freed from unmelted powder material and - depending on the component geometry and orientation of the components in the installation space - from any supporting structures. The range of materials that can be processed includes stainless and tool steel, aluminum, titanium, cobalt-chrome or nickel-based alloys. On request, the development and qualification of further material systems according to customer requirements is also possible.
|Tool steel (1,2709)||for the production of tool and mold components as well as highly stressed components|
|Stainless steel (1.4414)||for the production of acid and rust-resistant components or tool components for pre-series tools|
|Titanium (TiAl6V4)||for the manufacture of lightweight components, e.g. for aerospace applications, and medical technology applications, e.g. implants|
|Aluminium (AlSi10Mg, AlSi12)||Powder material that can be used under high mechanical and dynamic loads and is therefore ideally suited for the construction of technical prototypes or small series made of aluminum|
|Nickel-base alloy (IN718)||for the manufacture of heat-resistant components in the power generation and aerospace industries|
|Cobalt chrome||for the production of dental prostheses and medical implants