The materials of the metal binder jetting

Metal binder jetting materials and their level of advancement

17-4 PH Stainless steel | Available
17-4 PH stainless steel is a precipitation hardening steel used in a wide range of industrial applications including those with mildly corrosive environments and high-strength requirements.
Acier inoxydable 17-4 PH

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Exemples d'applications
  • Manufacturing machinery
  • Chemical processing
  • Food processing
  • Pump components
  • Valving
  • Fasteners
  • Jigs and fixtures
316L Stainless steel | Available
Characterized by its corrosion resistance and performance at both high and low temperatures, 316L stainless steel is a fully austenitic steel ideal for harsh environments.
Application Examples
  • Chemical and petrochemical processing
  • Food processing
  • Laboratory equipment
  • Medical devices
  • Marine
  • Jewelry
  • Power generation
  • Petroleum refining
  • Water treatment
  • Pulp and paper manufacturing
CoCr (ASTM F75) | In development
Cobalt Chrome (F75) is an alloy of Cobalt and Chrome for use in demanding applications and characterized by its corrosion resistance with high strength and wear resistance.
Application Examples
  • Dental implants and drill guides
  • Medical implants
  • Fuel nozzles
  • Turbine guide vanes
  • Jewelry

Cu | In development

Copper is known for its electrical and thermal conductivity and ductility, which make it ideal for electrical equipment, plumbing, and heat transfer applications.
Application Examples
  • Consumer and industrial electronics
  • Heat exchangers
  • Antennas
  • Inductors
  • Coldplates
  • Chillers
      4140 Low-Alloy Steel | In development

      4140 low alloy steel is a versatile steel characterized by its toughness, high fatigue strength, and abrasion and impact resistance, making it a great all-purpose steel for industrial applications.
      4140 acier polyvalent faiblement allié
      Application Examples
      • Jigs and fixtures
      • Automotive
      • Bolts and nuts
      • Gears
      • Steel couplings
      Nickel Alloy IN625 | In development
      Alloy 625 is a nickel-chromium superalloy is known for its high strength, outstanding corrosion resistance, and ability to withstand extreme temperatures.
      Application Examples
      • Oil and gas
      • Power generation
      • Submarine componenets
      • Cyrogenic enviroments
      • Aerospace components
      • High temperature applications
      420 Stainless Steel | In development

      420 stainless steel is a martensitic stainless steel characterized by its high strength and corrosion resistance.

      Acier inoxydable 420 martensitique

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      Application Examples

      • Dental instruments
      • Surgical instruments
      • Food processing
      • Pump and gear shafts
      • Hand tools

      S7 | In development

      S7 is a shock-resisting air hardened tool steel characterized by its impact toughness with high hardenability as well as resistance to softening at high temperatures for hot work conditions

      Matériel en développement


      Application Examples


      • Bending dies
      • Cold forming dies
      • Punches
      • Shear blades
      • Powder metal dies
      H13 | In development

      H13 tool steel is a versatile hot work steel characterized by its hardness, abrasion resistance, resistance to thermal fatigue cracking, and stability in heat treatment, making it an ideal metal for both hot work and cold work tooling applications.

      Matériel en développement


      Application Examples


      • Extrusion dies
      • Injection molds
      • Hot forging dies
      • Die casting cores, inserts and cavities
      WC-Co | In development

      Tungsten Carbide Cobalt, often called cemented carbide, is a hard metal known for its exceptional hardness and wear resistance, while maintaining superior strength and elasticity to steel.

      Matériel en développement


      Application Examples


      • Cutting tools
      • Abrasives
      • Press brake tooling
      • High impact applications
      • Oil and gas
      • Defense

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