New Nickel Alloy on Target for Energy-Industry Applications

March 3, 2021

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New Nickel Alloy on Target for Energy-Industry Applications
EOS has expanded its additive manufacturing (AM) materials portfolio with the introduction of NickelAlloy IN939, a new high-temperature, crack-free powder that provides industrial 3D-printing options for turbines and other energy-industry applications, say EOS officials. They note that the powder was developed to meet or exceed the properties of cast nickel alloy.

NickelAlloy IN939, a nickel-chromium alloy, reportedly provides an excellent balance of strength in high-temperature settings, resistance to corrosion and oxidation, and excellent fatigue performance and creep strength at temperatures to 850 C. It offers greater tensile properties, validation, reliability and crack-resistance than similar materials, according to company officials. Parts produced using the alloy also can be hardened after being manufactured by applying precipitation-hardening heat treatments.



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DRAMA is a 3-yr. collaborative research project that kicked off in November 2017, developed to help build a stronger AM supply chain for the UK aerospace industry by developing a digital learning factory. The entire AM process chain will be digitally twinned in a virtual environment to help control the cost of process development.


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New Hybrid Metal-AM Process Targets the Tooling Market
Mantle, San Francisco, CA, has introduced its TrueShape process that combines AM and subtractive finishing in a single, hybrid 3D-printing process. It employs metal-alloy pastes to produce high-hardness steels designed to meet or exceed demanding tooling requirements.

Company officials report that the process yields superior accuracy and surface finish while promising to reduce the tool-development cycle by enabling the rapid creation of tight-tolerance features.

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Uniformity Labs Appoints Senior Business-Development, Sales Executives
Markforged to Merge, Providing Capital for Growth and Product Innovation
AM Sustainability Association Adds Eight More Members


Winter 2021
In This Issue
What's New in AM Software
Binder jetting has been a particular hot spot in the software realm, with new products and partnerships enabling users to get a better handle on this AM process. Read ahead for more on that as well as the latest on other new supply-chain, simulation and quality-control software.

Service Bureau Laser-Focused on Small Parts, Specialty Alloys
With slightly less than two years under its belt, AM service bureau Tronix3D not only has enjoyed astounding success printing pure nickel electronic and aerospace parts, but it’s leading the way in developing data-collection technology to fuel parts-certification efforts.



Industry-Related Terms: Alloys, Case, Forming, Oxidation, Tempering
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