Ni-based alloys

Additive Manufacturing offers a multitude of advantages compared to conventional manufacturing methods like design freedom, shorter lead times or minimum tooling costs. However, up to now there have been only a limited number of commercial alloys available for Additive Manufacturing. Since the performance-requirements of the printed parts in several applications like tooling, aerospace and automotive industry are getting more complex in terms of mechanical properties and corrosion resistance, the powder materials for Additive Manufacturing processes also have to be improved.

AMPO – Additive Manufacturing Powder
Melting Routes:
VIGA– Vacuum Induction Melting Inert Gas Atomization
EIGA Electrode Induction Melting Inert Gas Atomization

Böhler Program

 

BÖHLER Grade Market grade Melting Route Material Numbers
Alloy 625 VIGA
SEL 2.4856
EN NiCr22Mo9Nb
UNS N06625
Alloy 718 VIGA
SEL 2.4668
EN NiCr19NbMo/NiCr19Fe19Nb5Mo3
UNS N07718
Alloy 718API VIGA
SEL -
EN NiCr19NbMo/NiCr19Fe19Nb5Mo3
UNS N07718

Contacts

Daniel Diepold

MANAGEMENT: BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING POWDER


+43/50304/20-37864

+43/50304/60-37576

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Tilman Seifert

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT: ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING POWDER


+43/50304/20–36488

+43/50304/60-37576

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